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Log Dump Camp

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3 Reviews

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Liz B.
1 year ago

Excellent. Eco toilets with a water source Quiet, peaceful. No marked sites, just stake your area. River out front. Mozzies though so take the repellent. Dogs ok. We really enjoyed our time here.

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Brook m.
1 year ago

Beautiful little spot for the family right on the river. Fire pits provided, massive open grass and sand camp sites, flushing toilets but no showers or drinking water, pet friendly. Will definitely be taking the kids back soon make sure you bring a bike as their is heaps of room to ride.

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Janet O.
2 years ago

This campsite is in the National Park and is subject to camping fees ⛺️ These have to be booked and paid in advance. There are two toilets and a boat ramp. The facilities were clean and the boat ramp was accessible at high and low tide. We were very lucky to only have to share the campsite with a few other people for our first night πŸ‘ They were all out fishing 🎣 when we got there, so they missed the entertainment of us setting up πŸ˜ŽπŸ˜‚ It is a lovely quiet place where you can sit and watch the world go byeπŸ₯‚πŸΊ go for a walk along the walking track or take the boat πŸš£β€β™‚οΈ and go fishing 🎣 I got attacked by the midges a few times when I forgot to cover up. So don’t forget to take plenty of insect repellent πŸ‘ The dogs πŸ• enjoyed their daily swims but the current was very strong and we stayed on the bank paddling holding onto their ropes so we didn’t get carried away. All in All this turned out to be a hidden gem ⛺️on our doorstep πŸ•

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Tracey M. 1 year ago

What is the cost per night and do you need to book ?

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Avalon f. 2 years ago

Can this place have dogs ?


Dogs are allowed on leashes according to the website. by Marton B.



Unnamed Road,
Tuan Forest,

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Listing type
State Forest


Independent Tin Can Bay

8.29 km

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