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Smallest Wooldridge Camp

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6 Reviews

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Stephanie K.
5 months ago

Just arrived & I couldn’t ask for a better spot! So peaceful, toilets, area to sit by the water and seemingly decent fishing! Can’t wait for the morning! It’s starting to get chilly.

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Corey E.
1 year ago

Very nice spot a bit busy but lots of room for everyone, a bit over grown tho not an issue. Nice cool river

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Jen M.
2 years ago

Beautiful and quiet. Love it!

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Hayley M.
2 years ago

Was a beautiful overnight camp So peaceful and roomy for plenty of people

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Suzanne W.
3 years ago

What a beautiful peaceful spot. Toilets available. Unsuitable drinking water on tap for washing up etc. only meters from a beautiful small creek. Highly recommend.


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Michelle V. 1 year ago
Question:

Is there any place for fishing ?

Answer:

Yes by Stephanie K.

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Location

Castle Drive,
Rocky River,
New South Wales

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Closest

Caltex Uralla

1.95 km

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