Reflections Holiday Parks welcomes day-time visitors at selected reserves

Water babies meeting social distancing rules can purchase day passes to access dams co-managed by WaterNSW at selected Reflections Holiday Parks.

The move follows the NSW Government’s decision to let residents exercise at waterways, under restricted conditions. Permitted activities include fishing, kayaking, sailing and paddling.

To allow social distancing, Reflections confirmed they’d limit numbers at each venue. But patrons must meet social distancing and group gathering rules at all times, including at boat ramps and on boats.


Guests, who register their entry at the main office, can undertake water activities during the day. Overnight camping, however, remains strictly prohibited.

Eligible waterways co-managed by Reflections Holiday Parks include Copeton Waters, Lake Keepit, Lake Glenbawn, Lake Burrendong, Mookerawa Waters, Cudgegong River, Wyangala Waters and Burrinjuck Dam.

Guests will be able to access toilet facilities and conveniences such fuel and ice although all food and beverage outlets remain closed.

Copeton Waters

Recreational activities at Copeton Waters resume, though social distancing restrictions still apply.


Reflections Holiday Parks is a not-for-profit organisation that manages 37 caravan parks and 22 community reserves on Crown Land throughout NSW.