Potross Landing

Campground

3.6 from 3 users

Description

Free bush camping area beside the Murray River. Facilities are not provided but camping is FREE. There are walking trails, a boat ramp, sandbar and refuse bin. Dogs allowed. Please take all rubbish with you when you leave and be environmentally friendly. Please adhere to campfire regulations and do not chop down any trees, dead or alive, for firewood. Please bring your own fire wood. There are no toilets at this site. If you do not have hour own, please bury all toilet wastes completely with a shovel, do not leave anything exposed. Motor Bikes and Buggies not allowed in any of these camping areas. From the Waikerie District Visitor Information Centre proceed to the roundabout and take the third exit down McCoy Street. Continue forward onto Peake Terrace until you pass the Waikerie Holiday Park on your right. Take the next right hand turn down Leonard Norman Drive and continue down this road and it will bend around to the left and turn into Edgar Bartlett Drive. Follow this road along for a few hundred metres and the road will turn into an unsealed road. Camping is permitted along the river front on the right hand side. Please note there is limited space for caravans and RVs. Majority of the camping areas are more suited to tents. The fire danger season for the Riverland is from November 1 to April 15. During this time campfires are permitted on Crown Land, but are NOT permitted in national or conservation parks. On Total Fire Ban Days, no fires are permitted at all.

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Location

Lat: -34.167138 Lng: 139.973039

User Reviews

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Teamflames

We camped in the carpark down near the toilets as opposed to this section. No signs. Another camper there. No one seemed to mind. Toilets and bbq with lovely lawns overlooking river. Nice town with good walks around lagoon and cliff tops.

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Bob&Rob

Some nice spots however those close to town appeared to be long term tent folk and so after some difficulty turning back ( as some of above mentioned folk had camped in turn spots) went to Holder Bend reserve which was far easier to access and a nicer stay.

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Hitch Hiker

Nice area with lots of room (just keep driving west - the area just goes on and on). As close as it was to town it was still quiet although a lot of people tend to hoon along the access track.

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