Morgan Murray Bend Camp


3.5 from 9 users


This marker shows Campsite 01. Wake up to peaceful sounds of the River Murray and its water birds in the Morgan Conservation Park. The park provides self-sufficient camping areas along the banks of the Murray River on the northern edge of the park. This area is accessible via Old Cadell Valley Road. You must book and pay for your campsite before you arrive, as cash self-registration stations are no longer in use in this park. Dogs are not permitted in this park.

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Lat: -34.023293 Lng: 139.694645

User Reviews



Booked site 7 but when we arrived decided if we drove down onto the site we may never get out again due to very soft sand on the access path. So we tried to change our booking but being a Sunday didn't have much luck so decided to stay in site 1. It wasn't showing as booked so we hoped for the best. Lovely quiet spot. Reasonably level and quite large. Lots of fish.



Stayed at Camp 1. Beautiful spot. Worth the drive in. Bit sandy but not too bad if you have 4WD. Towed in 19'6 caravan easy.



Stayed here for 4 nights, arrived on Monday afternoon to find 2 families of squatters on our site. After some "discussions" they decided to pack up, at a snails pace! Anyway, we eventually got set up around 4pm, a little later than what we planned. We had site 13, which is huge and has a reasonable amount of grass coverage. It was a little difficult to find, you actually turn right onto Tennanabie St after the ferry crossing and drive about 750 metres until it joins Old Murbko Rd, then look for the site number sign near the bend of the road. Couldn't really find site 14, but site 15 is also huge. The other sites, 1-12 are all on the other side of the park, off Old Cadel Rd. Be aware that they are all sand sites of various sizes. We had tons of room for our 21' van on site 13, great spot.


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