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Swans Creek Crossing

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Louise Faulkner, campsite manager, Aircamper since June 2018

This listing has been verified by the campsite manager and was last updated August 2020.


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sue 1 week ago
Question:

Can I make bookings for this site around 6 January?

Answer:

Forestry Corporation is following the NSW Government public health orders around COVID-19 and any changes will be updated on the website when/as they come into effect. A number of day use picnic areas have reopened and a list of these is available on the website at https://www.forestrycorporation.com.au/visit/closures/reopening-of-selected-picnic-areas-in-nsw-state-forests Our campgrounds are now open, free-to-use and require no bookings. As always, our campgrounds work on a first-come, first-served basis. To assist the NSW Government in tackling COVID, visitors are encouraged to: o Download and use the NSW Government COVID app o Register their details via an online form on our FCNSW website. Details requested are name, phone or email, campground & State Forest, and dates of stay. All information collected will be kept strictly confidential and used for no purpose other than intended - which is to provide those details to government should they request them in relation to tracking COVID. The online form for 'camping self-notification' can be found here: https://www.forestrycorporation.com.au/visit/_nocache We have increased our maintenance regime for shared facilities, however visitors should be aware that FCNSW cannot guarantee all shared visitor facilities are disinfected when they visit. It is the visitor's responsibility to maintain good hygiene at all times, including washing their hands. For this reason, we recommend visitors BYO soap, water and hand sanitiser. Please note: Some forests remain closed after being affected by bushfires and this list is on the website at https://www.forestrycorporation.com.au/visit/closures/widespread-closures-bushfires Permits for organised events and activities involving larger groups of people, are assessed in-line with the appropriate public health order considerations. Fore these you will need to apply for a permit. NSW Government public health orders still apply to all our campgrounds and forest areas. So physical distancing, good hand hygiene, and rules on public gatherings apply and can be looked up on the government website. Dogs are allowed as long as they are under their owners control at all times https://www.forestrycorporation.com.au/visit/activities/dogs2 All other information regarding campgrounds can be found on our website at https://www.forestrycorporation.com.au/visit/forests by NSW S.

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Mathew h. 1 year ago
Question:

Is this a 4wd access only camp ground?

Answer:

I've taken a commy and a Hyundai Elantra 👌 by Kate G.

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11 Reviews

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GailMandl
8 months ago

Fantastic secluded campsite, a few kms of dirt road to get there but worth it. Opens up to a lovely flat grassy area with plenty of room for big or small rigs. Beautiful stream to cool off in, shady areas for a picnic and room for children to play. Clean toilets, some firewood to use, probably helpful to have own. Pets good. All up good spot. We loved it.

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Guest A.
1 year ago
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George
1 year ago
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Lisa H.
1 year ago

Great spot for the family. Drop toilets were clean. Creek was lovely to swim in. Camping area is vast and spacious. Great new wooden adventure play ground. Great new fire bbq areas. And there is a wonderful walk near by about 5 mins drive on the way to Kendall.

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Guest A.
1 year ago

Location

Kerewong Road,
Swans Crossing NSW 2439

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Details

Listing type
Campsite
No. of sites
40
Allotted Site
Yes
Caravans
Yes
Website
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Closest

Kew

8.26 km

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