Lake Charlegrark attracts over 3000 campers per year, and over 3000 day visitors a year, with peak periods in the summer, during the Lake Charlegrark Country Music Marathon, Christmas, Easter and the Cod Opening.
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT – WE WERE DEEPLY SADDENED TO ANNOUNCE THE CANCELLATION OF THE 2021 LAKE CHARLEGRARK COUNTRY MUSIC MARATHON.
This event was to be held on the 19th – 21st February & was going to be our 30th year celebration. Due to Covid -19 & our location being in Victoria, it was impossible to plan ahead, in these trying times. There were too many unknown factors, such as crowd size, Interstate travelling etc.
Most important is the health & safety of our followers, our Artists, our Volunteers, our Sponsors & our Committee members.
The Lake Charlegrark Country Music Marathon Committee extends its support to the Live Music Industry & acknowledges the devastating impact Covid – 19 has had on the Music Industry across Australia. We look forward to some normality returning to our lives soon.
In the meantime, the Committee will be busy planning ahead for our 30th year celebration & what a ripper it will be. We will keep you updated on Facebook & our website www.lccmm.com.au. Stay safe & we will see you all on the weekend of Feb. 18th – 20th in 2022.
Remember- we are all in this together.
President – James Hawkins & the 2020 Committee.
Lake Charlegrark is situated near the Victorian/South Australian border, approximately 390kms from Melbourne and 360kms from Adelaide. The closest towns are Minimay, Frances, Kaniva, Edenhope and Naracoorte. Just 12kms north is the Little Desert.
The Lake covers approx. 40 hectares.
In the summertime, the lake is a very popular spot with locals for camping, water-skiing, swimming & canoeing.
Fishing is also a drawcard for the Lake, as it contains Murray Cod and Redfin.
Basic camp site facilities with new toilet & shower block & BBQ area.
$30 per night – 2 guests
$10 per extra guest
$10 per person OR $15 a family (Family – 2 Adults & 2 Children 16 & Under)
Children 16 & Under stay free