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Bodalla Park Forest Rest Area

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3 Reviews

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David N.
5 months ago

A pretty nice campsite with shaded tables, quality drop toilets (with working sinks!), and good enough ground (a lot of it a bit slopey and gravelly). Big warning: it's *very* close to the freeway so I can't recommend earplugs highly enough. Even then we were awoken by a super loud rubbish truck with beeping at 5am, so you might also not get the best sleep

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lauro p.
1 year ago

Nice spot among the trees.

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SKB
2 years ago

Nice selection of car spots, large enough for caravans and campervans too. Good drop toilet, bins, walking tracks, shady and sunny spots. Just off the road, can hear some traffic noise, not a nuisance... Read more



Location

Bodalla Park Rd,
Bodalla,
New South Wales

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Details

Listing type
Rest Area
Caravans
Yes
Management
State Forest

Closest

Kenwar Motors

4.29 km

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