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Ferny Creek campground

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Matthew B.
1 year ago

Gate closed and locked

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Kate G.
1 year ago

Nice flat campground, close to ferny creek, wish more people would keep places like this clean.

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Harry P.
2 years ago

Great spot. We camped here a night and saw fish jumping out of the creek most of the evening. We even had a bandicoot wander through our camp. Down side was previous people leaving large amount of rubbish there (we took a couple bags full out) and also about 9am fighter jets were flying closely over which was an interesting contrast to the serene night before. Definitely bring your own firewood if you want a fire. No toilets available and 4wd acess only.



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Ferny Creek Rd,
Wootton,
New South Wales

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Closest

Caltex Coomba Park

5.62 km

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