Lake Glenbawn offers a wonderful diversity of water, bushland and wildlife. The area provides bushwalking, watersports, fishing, picnic areas, plus camping sites and cabin accomodation.
Lake Glenbawn is also one of the best fresh water spots in NSW. Throughout spring and summer, water sports are popular, including canoeing, pleasure boating, sailing and wind surfing, swimming and water skiing.
Located 2 hours north-west of Newcastle, 3.5 hours from Sydney, just off the New England Highway via either Aberdeen or Scone.
From the south, drive through Aberdeen and head north on the New England Highway continue 1.9 kms through Aberdeen, turn right on Segenhoe Road (over railway tracks). Take Allan Bridge road, then continue to the end, turn left onto Brushy Hill Road, your destination is on the right.
From the north drive through Scone, head south on Kelly Street, take the 3rd left onto Gundy Road, turn right onto Glenbawn Road, go straight ahead at the cross intersection (Brushy Hill Road) turn left onto Bushy Hill Road, your destination is on the Left.
GPS Co-ordinates: -32.107676, 150.990112