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Ophir Reserve

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Glenn Mickle, campsite manager, Aircamper since December 2020

This listing has been verified by the campsite manager and was last updated March 2021.


3 Reviews

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Katie G.
10 months ago

Beautiful location. Very clean. Loved listening to the water while going to sleep.

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Liz j.
1 year ago

Fantastic spot very peaceful and several sites available next to the creek. Rec reserve with flush toilet and gas bbq 2wd accessible. Area has several other picnic tables and a drop toilet. We crossed... Read more

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Glenn M.
Campsite Manager
1 year ago

Thanks for the review Liz. So glad you enjoyed your time here.

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Luke R.
2 years ago

Top Questions

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Miriam 1 year ago
Question:

Is this a private property or a commercial busy campsite?

Answer:

It’s crown land so state owned and managed by volunteers on the Trust it’s very quiet very pretty with some great walks through the old gold sites and one tunnel was at least 140m long it’s $10 per night payable into the honesty box by Liz j.

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Hi there, how do I book a couple nights here 3rd and 4th January 2021 by ben k.

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Location

Ophir Road,
Orange NSW 2800

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Closest

Woolworths Caltex Orange

10.69 km

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