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Wollondilly River Station

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14 Reviews

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Catherine M.
5 months ago

Stayed here this past weekend, it was really good, stayed on the less popular side of the river but we thoroughly enjoyed it, it had a beautiful running river (not a lot of water on this side) but it... Read more

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Bezza
9 months ago

Beautiful location! We arrived late but there was a UHF on site so we could contact the owner who responded promptly to help direct us to a site :) Would recommend to others!

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Elinga N.
1 year ago

This camground is located in an absolutelly stunning area, to get there you will drive narrow bendy mountain roads. Thr site owner / manager Ina welcomed us and allow to settle just on a river side. T... Read more

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Nat j.
1 year ago

Great place

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Jon R.
1 year ago

One of my favorite campgrounds. $18 a night for adults $8 for kids Camp all along the bank of the Wollondilly River. Even when busy it’s still stunning! Don’t forget the fishing rod and some sweet... Read more


Top Questions

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Catherine M. 5 months ago
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Hey fellow campers, is this camp site really busy ?? Looking for something quite

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Soheil A. 1 year ago
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Hi is booking required for this camp site? Looking to book from 6/10/20 for 2 nights. Thanks

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We didn’t book, so just had to take what was left, if you book maybe you can get to choose a preferred site that overlooks the river and is not near the smelly long drop toilets. by Annie M.

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If school holidays maybe it is booked out already, try the Wombeyan Caves, great camping there too. by Annie M.

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Jasmin b. 2 years ago
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Is there any hiking trails?

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Hi, if you got a bike there is around 20km up the mountains to the caves, I have done it and is great. You can do hiking but not in trails that I know. by Ivan C.

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Daniel S. 2 years ago
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How much does it cost per night??

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$36 per night last year by Ivan C.

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$18 per night and person by Ivan C.

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Hi is booking required for this camp site? Looking to book from 6/10/20 for 2 nights. Thanks by Soheil A.

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Location

Wombeyan Caves Rd,
Wombeyan Caves NSW 2580

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15.78 km

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