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Lake Mournpall


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  • A blue-green algae bloom is currently affecting Lake Mournpall. The public is warned not to swim in and to avoid any direct contact with blue-green algae affected water. Direct contact with blue-green algae can cause allergic reactions such as skin rashes or itchiness; sore eyes, ears and nose or if swallowed gastroenteritis, nausea or vomiting. at Lake Mournpall
    Tuesday 6 June, 2017 |
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Enjoy activities such as picnicking, bicycle riding, nature study and photography at Lake Mournpall camping area.

Take the Calder Highway to Hattah township 35km north of Ouyen. Turn off to the Hattah – Kulkyne National Park. Access is via a 10km two wheel drive gravel track to the Mournpall camping area. Motorised boats are not permitted on the lake.

Advance bookings and payment are required year round. Bookings are for designated sites and are charged per campsite.

There are 16 unpowered sites available with a maximum of 6 people per site. Generators are not permitted.

Non-flush toilets, fireplaces and picnic tables are provided.

No drinking water supplied – supply your own.

Only allowed in designated fireplaces – supply your own wood.

There is no rubbish collection. Please take all rubbish with you.

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Campfire guidelines

  • Light fires only in the fireplaces provided or use a portable camping stove instead
  • Ensure fires are never left unattended and are completely out before you leave
  • During summer and autumn Total Fire Bans are common - this means no open fires can be lit
  • For information on Total Fire Bans call the Victorian Bushfire Information Line on 1800 240 66

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