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Aberfeldy River Camp

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Laura J.
3 years ago

Perfect secluded spot. Very few sites available so not many people around. No phone reception. Road to campground can be dangerous (would suggest taking 4WD), only wide enough for 1 and a bit cars. Cheeky wildlife (big possum tried to join me in our tent one night). River was fairly dry when we were there but have heard it can be a nice swimming or fishing spot when flowing. Fires allowed. Drop toilet on site.

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3 years ago

Nice little area above the river that is a great spot for a dip on a warm day , bollarded for tent based camping but could get maybe one or two camper trailers next to the sites. Wildlife very used to... Read more

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Jeremy R.
3 years ago

Nice little free camp on the river, deep swimming hole near the bridge, only about 6 sites and a drop toilet. Lots of goannas around this camp.


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Mobil Heyfield

20.89 km

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