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All reviews information centre cafe on site view cafe the gold coast across the bridge short video kick back boat ramp picnic area half day trip water supply interesting information engineering feat half hour drive nice place to visit great walk points of interest
Last Monday I took my house guest to Hinze Dam. Extensive work has done on the property since my last visit and I was a little unsure of the approach road. However, there was ample signage and soon we were at the Dam. There were...More
We come here at least twice a month for coffee & cake & love the views, there is a lovely walk across the bridge or around the grounds.
Staff are mostly friendly, & the place is well kept with a little visitors centre too.
It's incredible how fast you can get to forest so close to the ocean. This place had a nice mixture of science (construction and the concepts behind hydroelectric power), scenery, tranquility, and artistic construction and landscaping. The water feature inside the visitor's center (not to...More
this is earthfilled rock dam having superb construction.it has excellent cycle track/walkway on top of dam.natural scenic view of mountains,greenery.the visitor gallery has documentary film showing different birds,small animals and construction,dam features highlights which are very interesting.visit to Hinzedam site is must
a view cafe...More
I'm a bit torn in writing this review, the lake and surroundings are beautiful and provide a pleasant counterpoint to the more frenetic coastal strip of the Gold Coast. With that said, I think that the architect responsible for the expensively revamped facilities must be...More
We walked to the dam from the nearby Cedar Lakes resort, which was about a 3k round trip, uphill in places. It was well worth the effort to witness what is essentially an amazing engineering spectacle and a setting of serene pleasure. There is a...More
The enhanced dam - the third section which raise the height by 15 metres after 5 million tonnes of rock and clay were added to the existing structure - was reopened in 2011 and offers 2.5 kilometres of roadway across the dam top, plus drop-dead...More
Yes, the picnic and BBQ arrangements have changed, and unfortunately some of the facilities have improved and some are less conducive to picnics and BBQ. The facilities are great, but different to before. For new visitors... More
Yes, the picnic and BBQ arrangements have changed, and unfortunately some of the facilities have improved and some are less conducive to picnics and BBQ. The facilities are great, but different to before. For new visitors it's not an issue; for people who loved the old facilities with the area for children to play it's different now.