New South Wales
Nestled in the foothills of Mt Royal National Park, 25km north of Singleton, picturesque Lake St Clair is about 16km long and has a storage capacity of 283 megalitres – almost half that of Sydney Harbour. For decades, Lake St Clair has been a recreational hot-spot offering year-round opportunities for adventure and of course, endless summertime fun.
Located on an easy 30 minute drive from Singleton along Bridgman Road, Lake St Clair is a water playground for locals and visitors- whether it’s to relax and unwind, or for the adventurer’s looking to turn up the action.
Lake St Clair was originally built as part of Glennies Creek Dam to help manage the water flows from the Hunter River and is named after the homestead that was lost beneath the water upon completion of the dam in 1983. Today, Lake St Clair is equally famous for being a prime boating, fishing, sailing and water-skiing playground for the entire Hunter region.
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