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Carcoar Dam

11 Ratings

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11 Reviews

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Jack S.
1 year ago

Beautiful scenery, toilets and cold showers. The dam is worth the visit alone. It can get very windy both through the day and especially over night

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Brooke B.
2 years ago

This free camp was absolutely amazing. It has drinking water, showers, flushing toilets, and perfect cell phone reception but with the view you won’t need your phone. The dam is stunning and the wind... Read more

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Janey S.
2 years ago

Great free camp right beside the dam. Toilets, cold showers and drinking water plus room for kids to play and not disturb others. Prepare for ants and bugs

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Peter M.
2 years ago
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Emma
2 years ago

Beautiful location along the water, toilets were very clean and tidy however showers were cold so not ideal in winter :) Beautiful spot to stay for a few nights


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Location

Carcoar Dam Rd,
Carcoar NSW 2791

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Listing type
Campsite
No. of sites
100
Allotted Site
Yes
Caravans
Yes
Phone
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Closest

Blayney & United Sales & Service

6.58 km

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