Stockton Lake

Natural Attractions

Stockton Lake is 8 kilometres east of Collie on Piavanini Road, off the Collie – Darkan Road. It was originally an open-cut mine, which is now filled with water to form an artificial lake.

Stockton Lake is very popular for boating and water skiing. Stockton Lake boat ramp is currently closed due to a bank collapse. While swimming is permitted, visitors swim at their own risk because, due to past mining activities, the water is mildly acidic. Those with sensitive skin should limit their exposure to the water. The water in places can suddenly become very deep and can be very cold, and submerged rocks are a hazard. Don’t dive or jump in.

The campground has toilets with universal access and although there are no designated individual campsites it does have the ability to offer group, family and individual camping. Visitors will find a large open area among many trees, which provide some welcome shade on those long hot days in summer.

Campfires are only permitted in accordance with current conditions which are displayed at the entrance to the site and are to be confined to the concrete fire rings provided..

The campground operates on a first-come, first-served basis and can’t be booked. Camping fees are collected daily and must be paid in cash. Please have the correct amount as change is not provided.


From AU$7.00

AUD3 – Child 5-15 years per night
AUD7 – Concession card holder per night
AUD11 – Adult per night
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