Frogmore is a small village located 25-minutes north-east of Boorowa.
Copper was first discovered and mined in Frogmore in the 1850s, and the area also yielded wolfrum and tungsten. Striking Granite Tors can be seen in the area around the village. Frogmore is a gateway to Wyangala Dam. The main tourist drive from Boorowa passes through the village.
THE ROAD TO WYANGALA DAM
Wyangala State Park is located on the northern edge of the Hilltops Region, an hour north of Boorowa. Visitors travel through the village of Frogmore to access the state park for bush walks, watersports and fishing. Make the most of clear country skies at this destination that is ideal for a day trip and picnic, water sports and just right for a family holiday or get away with friends.
For those of you looking for activities, there are many to choose from at this picturesque park. There is a children’s playground, volley ball court and many walking trails through the bush to suit all levels of fitness. There are plenty of mountain bike trails to explore with varied terrain and spectacular scenery. A paddle around the foreshores any time of year is a wonderful and relaxing way to enjoy a day.
The dam is well regarded by anglers for fishing; silver and golden perch, catfish and murray cod are plentiful.
The onsite general store offers a delicious selection of take away food, fuel and general supplies.
Dogs are welcome in the dog friendly areas of the park and on campsites. Dogs must be on a leash and attended at all times.
Our guests delight in a crackling open fire (April – October) and enjoy the starry nights and clear skies. There is a range of comfortable accommodation available to suit everyone's taste.