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Acacia Flat campground

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2 Reviews

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Kalle
2 years ago

Beautiful campsite and trek. We brought our 1-3 year old on a big adventure. Pristine creek and lush surroundings. Steep drop/climb from Perry’s lookdown. Here’s what it looked like. https://youtu.be/4BdIxStVI1A

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Matt P.
3 years ago

Peaceful and beautiful camp site close to creek. Long drop toilet. Not much else. Water best collected from Orangutan creek and boiled/ treated.


Top Questions

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Deano L. 9 months ago
Question:

Is it walk in only? And How long is the walk to the camp site?

Answer:

Walk in only. 600m quite steep descent from Perry’s Lookdown. It’s a good climb on the way back. 3-4km walk each way. by Kalle

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Location

Blue Mountains National Park,
Govetts Creek NSW 2787

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Listing type
Campsite
No. of sites
30
Short walk to car
Yes
Management
National Parks
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Closest

Blackheath

3.77 km

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