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Eldee Camp Spot

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5 Reviews

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Kriszta
5 months ago

There was a sign: permanently closed.

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Marina G. Royère
1 year ago

Great spot to stop, got everything you need for very cheap! I recommend a lot +++

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Gypsy
1 year ago

Very good campground, great value for money

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Isuru K.
2 years ago

Clean toilets and hot shower . $12pp . $1 for 2 mins shower .

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Nick
2 years ago

Big grounds with peaceful setup around the dam. Clean facilities and friendly onsite managers. Good value at $12 / night ✌


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Suzi 1 year ago
Question:

We are heading to bright on the 20 April in our caravan can anyone recommend anyone good freebie camping spots please. ?

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Location

179 Josephs Rd,
Carlton,
Tasmania

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Caltex Lewisham

2.83 km

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