Willandra National Park

Campground

3.2 from 8 users

Description

Bookings are required. Book online or call the National Parks Contact Centre on 1300 072 757. Park entry fees are not included in your camping fees. For a classic Aussie bush camp, pitch a tent at Willandra campground, the perfect base for exploring Willandras historic heritage and Willandra Creek. (Note: 1 Sept 2020 - Willandra Creek and weir are currently dry.) There are 10 unpowered campsites suitable for tents and camping beside your vehicle. Caravans and camper trailers can use the group campground just west of Willandra Homestead. (NOTE: 1 Sept 2020 - The group campground is currently closed due to drainage problems.) Facilities include barbecue facilities, carpark, and one toilet in the campground area. BYO firewood. There is a day use area as well. This is a remote campground, please arrive well prepared. Pets are not permitted. NOTE: Coming from Hillston DO NO turn into the Willandra Station turnoff, continue 10kms west past there. Check the weather before you set out as the road to this campground can become boggy when it rains. Park entry fees: $8 per vehicle per day. The park uses a self-registration fee collection system. Please bring correct change.

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Lat: -33.194022 Lng: 145.118265

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Clementin

Great place with fabulous staff, very friendly and helpful. Flushing loos. Fire wood provided. No showers at the moment - they're being refurbished. Lovely walks. Kangaroos, emus and foxes abound. Creek is very high. Very interesting history at Homestead and woodshed.

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Zylaxas

Well what can I say " ah the serenity " Stay 20th April 22 only one other couple staying. Then it rained over night 25+mm. note to anyone coming out this way if rain forecast DON'T 4 days stuck with close roads but we did have the park to ourselves Explored the area and homestead and meet the local roos, pigs, goats and so many birds. It is a lovely piece of history just needs some TLC

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The Frenchman

Fabulous spot with an interesting history. Campsite was lovely - well spaced, fireplace & there is a flushing toilet. Great walks - a terrific bird watching area. 66 sp in a 2 day casual stay. Highly recommend. PS - watch out for the khaki weed that seems to have infested the homestead area. The seeds can get into anything.

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