January 2018


Borumba Dam campground managers

Brothers Terry and Peter Holliday of Ezy Adventures are the new managers

Boosting the local economy

Borumba camping grounds set for
$500,000 facelift

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BORUMBA Dam camping grounds near Gympie in Queensland are having a $500,000 facelift.

Owners Seqwater say work will begin at the end of this month on a new site office and upgrades to facilities at the popular facility.

Seqwater acting chief executive Dan Spiller said the investment demonstrated Seqwater’s commitment to providing some of the best natural recreation experiences in the country.

"The camping ground is positioned in a beautiful location with plenty of recreation opportunities to attract visitors, with more than 97,000 people visiting Lake Borumba last financial year," he said.

"In addition to the camping ground development, Stage 2 of the Borumba Dam boat ramp upgrade was completed ahead of the summer school holidays, in conjunction with the Department of National Parks, Sport and Racing.

"The new ramp has increased the continued safe access for recreational boating.

"The investment we make to build tourism at Lake Borumba will hopefully boost the economic prosperity of the local region."

The development comes shortly after Seqwater appointed tourist operators Terry and Peter Holliday of Ezy Adventures as the new managers of the camping ground.

They believe the upgrades will help improve the experience of visitors.

"We are looking forward to these developments which will provide better amenities and improved access for patrons and make the overall operation of the camping ground more efficient," they said.


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