Caliguel Lagoon

previous arrow
next arrow

Caliguel Lagoon

Approximately 7km south of Condamine is the attractive Caliguel Lagoon; “Caliguel” being the name of an early pastoral run in the area. In good seasons, the lagoon presents a fine stretch of water and is a favourite location for locals and visitors to enjoy waterskiing, boating, swimming, fishing and bird watching. 

As part of Council's COVID-19 Recovery Package, Council is delivering improvements to the popular recreation spot, which will enhance facilities for visitors and preserve the natural environment. This is one of several improvement projects taking place across the Western Downs to stimulate local economies and boost the region's great liveability.

Key Features:

  • Upgrades to the day use area
  • Landscaping
  • Fire pits
  • New bin enclosures
  • Vehicle barriers
  • Shelters
  • Camp kitchen
  • BBQs
  • New interpretation signage

Project Status:  Underway - Construction phase 

Please note - Due to construction works being undertaken at this site, access will be restricted until end June 2021  

Stage Outlines:
Construction underway from January, 2021

Project Start Date:

  • Construction to commence from January 2021

Target Completion Date:

  • Estimated completion of May 2021

Progress Updates:

December 2020 - Construction contract awarded by Council 
Landscaping and building contract awarded to Boyds Bay Group. 

Funding Sources:

This project is jointly funded by Council and the Federal Government's Local Roads and Community Infrastructure Program 

Related Documents:
Media Release: Contracts awarded for several major projects to boost liveability