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Yanga National Park

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Jon R.
2 years ago

Beautiful quiet camping spot Mamanga Campground in the Yanga National Park. Quite, good long drop toilets. Set up camp on the banks of the river. Great spot to fish to with some nice snags.

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Francesca S.
3 years ago

Great free place, served with big wooden tables and chairs. Clean and comfortable. Beautiful and perfect wood for fire that you can collect and use. I haven’t swim in the river because it was cold bu... Read more



Location

Windomal Rd,
Balranald,
New South Wales

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Closest

Mobil Balranald

3.00 km

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