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Wheeny Creek

3 Ratings

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Matt C. 4 months ago
Question:

Would I be able to set up a camper box trailer there?

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Linda Harrison Cook 5 months ago
Question:

Just wondering if this is 4wd access only, we have got stuck a few times only ?

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I have gone in a Holden commodore and my friends in a Mazda 3 so I would say it’s not by Ashleigh D.

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Raymond L. 1 year ago
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Pets allowed?

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No pets allowed as it is a National Park. by Benny C.

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3 Reviews

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Ashleigh D.
4 months ago

Came here with friends a couple of years back, we had a great time. Campsite was pretty clean (we went in winter) and the area was lovely

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Bing C.
2 years ago

The grass was very overgrown making the place look it it hasn’t been cleared in ages along with the overflowing bins at the entrance.

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Guest A.
2 years ago

Location

1121 Comleroy Rd,
Kurrajong,
New South Wales

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Closest

Ampol Colo Heights

5.96 km

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