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Large area with plenty of spots. Harder to get away from the road but no one drving this time of year! We camped a long way from toilets but you can get spots closer. Lovely views, picturesque spot, easy to find. Dont need 4x4 when dry might do if its been raining... Allows dogs and fires.
Pretty easy to get to and find. Very popular but lots of space so long as you don’t mind a walk to the drop toilet as there is only one. Free $ Pets ok Bring your own water and wood
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Off Edeys Rd Karadoc,
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Red Cliffs Auto & Marine6.04 km
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