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Marramarra Creek campground

4 Ratings

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4 Reviews

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Nikola S.
1 year ago

Beautiful remote campsite with composting toilet and some fire pits. You can’t source wood locally so if you’re planning on cooking I’d recommend going with a stove cooking system. Caveat: entry/exit... Read more

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Graeme W.
1 year ago

I have stayed here a couple of times. It’s a challenging MTB ride in, and would not be possible with camping gear. When I have camped I’ve kayaked in. And it is accessible by tinnie, but the creek is tidal, and you’d need to travel at or near full tide. Great quiet spot.

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Samantha C.
2 years ago

The hike to the campground was quite difficult carrying heavy camping equipment, very steep inclines and declines. The spot it self was pretty but there were very aggressive giant red bull ants nests... Read more

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Tracey L.
3 years ago

Really loved the campground - We chose to stay at Orchard Site. The hike in was relatively easy. The hike out - not so fun. We were supposed to be picked up via motor boat however there is no way that... Read more


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Canoelands NSW 2159

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7.78 km

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