Welcome to Lake Dennis. A secret peaceful spot tucked away in Daisy Hill, a northern suburb of Logan City and only a stones throw from the Daisy Hill Conservation Park. Well, it’s a secret spot to the locals but I’ll guarantee that after you have visited it will be a secret no more.

Dennis Lake is a man-made lake surrounded by beautiful homes but with areas set aside for the public to enjoy. Take a stroll along a flat constructed path on one side of the lake with seating scattered along the way where you can sit and take in the views and tranquillity of this idyllic spot. Your journey will lead you to a small viewing platform with some interpretive signage about the history of Dennis Lake and the birds that can been seen and inhabit the area.

Boating on Lake Dennis

This is a lovely spot to have a picnic or just relax with a cup of your favourite brew and special treats. Sitting by the lake, catching up with that book you haven’t read in a while, feeding the ducks, there are any number of activities for you to easily spend a few hours. 🔥 Tip: Don’t forget to bring your camera.

What to Know Before You Go: Address: Lake Dennis, Lawnton Street, Daisy Hill Queensland.

🔥 Tip: This spot is BYO (bring your own) picnic goodies, beverages, chairs and tables. Another option would be to include this spot as a visit on your way to the Daisy Hill Conservation Park where all the picnic facilities and toilets are available.

👉 Parking: There is plenty of on street parking in Lawnton Street and at the entrance to Lake Dennis.

👉 Access: Easy access via a concrete path from the kerbside parking.

👉 Facilities: There are no facilities at Lake Dennis. The closest are at the Daisy Hill Conservation Park.

👉 Cafes / Coffee Shops / Takeaways: There are none at either Lake Dennis or the Daisy Hill Conservation Park. BYO picnic goodies & beverages.

If you have enjoyed my Lake Dennis Blog, and would like to further explore this area, just around the corner is the Daisy Hill Conservation Park & Koala Centre. This is a beautiful area with walking trails, horse riding, BBQ’s, Koalas, and is truly a place where the City meets the Bush. 🔥 Tip: Free entry and use of the facilities. Click on the link to plan your visit: Daisy Hill Conservation Park & Koala Centre – Daisy Hill Forest (Day Trip) 

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