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Scrubby Creek Forest Picnic Area

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    Allows fires

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Julieta A. 3 weeks ago
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It is closed! ?

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6 Reviews

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Julieta A.
3 weeks ago

I’ve been today and it is closed until further notice...

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Tina K.
6 months ago

We pulled in here off the freeway, lots of open spaces, fires allowed. It was a great pit stop on our way home from Sydney to Melbourne.

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Bart S.
1 year ago

Great spot, plenty of space, forest sounds and pretty peaceful, also felt somewhat safe. There were picnic tables, and firepits galore. Kind of close to the highway but there wasn't much traffic coming through, keep your dogs and kids leashed if they have a tendency to run for freedom. The toilets are in a pretty good shape and probably as good as you're can get for non flushing toilets (if you're looking for a flush, you'll find one in a hotel). Finding it was a bit tricky, first we followed the other pin drop on the map, which was in the middle of logging territory, then we couldn't find the entrance. It's off wombat road, you're welcome and happy camping

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Yaakov b.
1 year ago

Very clean and quiet place.

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Bradley S.
2 years ago

Location

Princes Hwy,
Narrabarba,
New South Wales

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PJ Servo

11.31 km

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