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Kosciuszko National Park Camp Sites

To visit the northern section of the park, including Kiandra, Yarrangobilly Caves, Mount Selwyn and Cabramurra, enter the park from the east via Cooma and Adaminaby on the Snowy Mountains Highway. The RTA recommends chains are carried in winter.

Kosciuszko camping grounds

There are many camping grounds throughout the park, though most have only basic facilities such as pit toilets and fireplaces.

Getting there: There are campgrounds throughout the park. Although some require a 4WD vehicle, many are accessible by 2WD vehicles -

Facilities: wood barbecues, non-flush toilets

Contact: Snowy Mountains (Jindabyne), Phone: (02) 6450 5600

Behrs Flat campground

There are no set campsites at this campground.

Activities: walking

Facilities: wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), non-flush toilets

Contact: Snowy Mountains (Khancoban), Phone: 02 6076 9373 or 02 6076 9382

Blue Waterholes campground

From this campground you can access the Jennings walks track heads (Clarke Gorge and Nichols Gorge walking tracks). There are only three adventure caves open to the public. Nichols Gorge walk includes Cooleman and Murray caves and Clarke Gorge walk provides access to Barbers Cave and Cave Creek waterfall.  The nearby lookout has excellent views to Cave Creek and spectacular limestone cliffs.

Activities: walking, swimming, geological/geomorphological appreciation, educational activities, cycling (mountain biking), sightseeing, photography

Natural setting: grassy woodlands

Getting there: Blue Waterholes Trail via the Snowy Mountains Highway and Long Plain Road. Long Plain Road is subject to closure between the June and October long weekends. This period may be brought forward or extended due to weather conditions. Check with the local NPWS office for more detailed road information.

Facilities: picnic tables, wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), non-flush toilets

Contact: Snowy Mountains (Tumut), Phone: (02) 6947 7025

Bradley's/O'Brien's Hut

There are no set campsites at this campground.

Activities: walking

Getting there: Access is via the Cabramurra-Khancoban Road.

Facilities: picnic tables, wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), non-flush toilets

Contact: Snowy Mountains (Khancoban), Phone: 02 6076 9373 or 02 6076 9382

Bradneys Gap campground

There are no set campsites at this campground.

Getting there: Access from Cabramurra-Khancoban Road.

Facilities: picnic tables, wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), non-flush toilets

Contact: Snowy Mountains (Khancoban), Phone: 02 6076 9373 or 02 6076 9382

Broken Cart campground

This campground is adjacent to Broken Cart Trail near the intersection of Feints Trail. There are no facilities at this campground.

Activities: walking, cycling (mountain biking), camping, sightseeing

Natural setting: dry eucalypt forests

Getting there: You can get to the campground via Broken Cart Track off Long Plain Road or northern Boundary Road, Bramina, Barnetts and Brindabella roads. Broken Cart Trail and Long Plain Road are subject to closure between the June and October long weekends. This period may be brought forward or extended due to weather conditions. Check with the local NPWS office for more detailed road information.

Contact: Snowy Mountains (Tumut), Phone: (02) 6947 7025

Buddong Falls campground

The campground is at the track head to Buddong (Upper and Lower) Falls walk and is a small section of the Hume and Hovell walking track. There are basic facilities and no designated sites.

Activities: walking, overnight walking, camping, picnics and barbecues, sightseeing, photography

Natural setting: wet eucalypt forests

Getting there: From Talbingo proceed along Murray Jackson Drive to Tumut 3 Power Station. After passing behind the power station follow the sealed road for 1.2 km, then turn right over the cattle grid onto a gravel road. This road is transmission track through private property before reaching the Kosciuszko National Park boundary. Continue for a further 10 km from the grid until you reach a signposted intersection. The falls are a further 2.4 km from there (this section is impassable in wet weather).

Please respect private property and stay on the formed road. The track is narrow, steep and winding for most of the journey. Use caution as cattle, wild horses and other vehicles may be on the track. There are other access routes from the Elliott Way and Batlow - check with local Tumut Regional Visitor Centre for more details.

Facilities: picnic tables, wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), non-flush toilets, carpark

Water supply: Drinking water collected from Buddong Creek should be boiled for approximately 5-10 minutes.

Contact: Snowy Mountains (Tumut), Phone: (02) 6947 7025

Bullocks Hill campground

Vehicle based camping with horses is permitted at this campground. A horse yard is provided on site.

Activities: horse riding, walking, cycling (mountain biking), fishing, camping

Natural setting: grassy woodlands

Getting there: You can access the campground via Bullock Hill Trail off the Snowy Mountains Highway. Bullocks Hill Trail is subject to closure between the June and October long weekends. This period may be brought forward or extended due to weather conditions. Check with the local NPWS office for more detailed road information.

Facilities: non-flush toilets

Contact: Snowy Mountains (Tumut), Phone: (02) 6947 7025

Clover Flat campground

There are no set campsites at this campground.

Getting there: Access is via Cabramurra-Khancoban Road.

Facilities: picnic tables, wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), non-flush toilets

Contact: Snowy Mountains (Khancoban), Phone: 02 6076 9373 or 02 6076 9382

Cooinbil Hut campground

There is a walk-in and vehicle-based camping area on the northern side of the hut and a vehicle-based camping area with horses to the south. You'll find a loading ramp and horse yards. Historic Cooinbil Hut is adjacent to the camping areas.

Activities: walking, cycling (mountain biking), horse riding, camping, sightseeing, picnicking, playing and socialising

Natural setting: grassy woodlands

Cultural heritage: Cooinbil Hut is an example of the type of dwelling used by early pastrolists on the high country plains during the early 1900s. It is one of many examples in the area.

Getting there: You can get to the camping area via Cooinbil Hut access track off Long Plain Road and the Snowy Mountains Highway. Long Plain Road is subject to closure between the June and October long weekends. This period may be brought forward or extended due to weather conditions. Check with the local NPWS office for more detailed information.

Facilities: non-flush toilets

Contact: Snowy Mountains (Tumut), Phone: (02) 6947 7025

Cooleman Mountain campground

The campground is on the access road to Blue Waterholes and protected by the Cooleman Mountain gums.  The Cooleman Plain karst area is adjacent to the mountain. 

Activities: walking, cycling (mountain biking), camping, exploring cultural heritage, sightseeing, wildlife watching

Natural setting: grassy woodlands

Cultural heritage: The campground is within walking distance (approximately 2 km) of Coolamine Homestead.  This homestead is an intact example of an early 1900 pastrol snow lease residence and complex.

Getting there: Access is via Blue Waterholes Trail via Long Plain Rd and Snowy Mountains Highway. Long Plain Road is subject subject to closure between the June and October long weekends. This period may be brought forward or extended due to weather conditions. Check with the local NPWS office for more detailed road information.

Facilities: picnic tables, wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), non-flush toilets

Water supply: A tank at the campground provides non-potable water.  Boil all drinking water for at least 5-10 minutes before using.

Contact: Snowy Mountains (Tumut), Phone: (02) 6947 7025

Coonara Point campground

There are no designated sites at this boat-based campground.

Activities: fishing, stillwater canoeing/kayaking, water Skiing, camping

Natural setting: dry eucalypt forests

Getting there: The campground is accessible from the water only.  Boat ramps can be found at O'Hares Rest Area (off the Elliott Way) and Talbingo Dam Wall (south of Talbingo).

Facilities: picnic tables, wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), non-flush toilets

Water supply: It is recommended that all drinking water collected from the reservoir be boiled for at least 5-10 minutes prior to consumption.

Not permitted here:

  • Dogs.
  • Other domestic animals or pets.

Contact: Snowy Mountains (Tumut), Phone: (02) 6947 7025

Denison campground

The campground provides access to Eucumbene River/Dam.

Activities: fishing, walking, cycling (mountain biking), motor boating, camping, picnicking, playing and socialising

Natural setting: grassy woodlands

Getting there: Access is off the Snowy Mountains Highway just north of Gang Gang Creek.

Facilities: picnic tables, non-flush toilets, wood barbecues (bring your own firewood)

Contact: Snowy Mountains (Tumut), Phone: (02) 6947 7025

Eucumbene River campground (Four Mile Trail)

There are no set campsites or facilities at this campground, however camping is permitted 30 m from the Eucumbene River. 

Activities: fishing, walking, cycling (mountain biking), camping, photography

Natural setting: grasslands

Getting there: Four Mile Trail can be accessed off the Snowy Mountains Highway, approximately 20 m north of The Rest House (Sawyers Hill). Four Mile Trail is subject to closure between the June and October long weekends.  This period may be brought forward or extended due to weather conditions.  Check with the local NPWS office for more detailed road information. During summer there is no vehicle access beyond the Eucumbene River.

Contact: Snowy Mountains (Tumut), Phone: (02) 6947 7025

Eucumbene River campground (Snowy Mountains Highway)

This is a popular trout fishing spot where vehicle based camping is permitted, however there are no facilities or designated camping areas. 

Activities: fishing

Natural setting: alpine plant communities

Getting there: Access is adjacent to the Eucumbene River, off the Snowy Mountains Highway at Kiandra. As there are no defined camping areas, please keep vehicles on formed tracks and camp at least 50m from the river.

Water supply: Boil all drinking water for at least 5-10 minutes.

Not permitted here: Solid fuel fires.

Contact: Snowy Mountains (Tumut), Phone: (02) 6947 7025

Geehi Flats rest area

Wheelchair access: easy
You'll find wheelchair-accessible toilets and a paved path for easy wheelchair access at this rest area on the Alpine Way.

There are no set campsites at this campground.

Activities: walking, fishing

Getting there: Access is via the Alpine Way, which is narrow and winding between Geehi and Khancoban. This section is unsuitable for large caravans or large trailers.

Facilities: picnic tables, wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), non-flush toilets

Contact: Snowy Mountains (Khancoban), Phone: 02 6076 9373 or 02 6076 9382

Ghost Gully campground

Vehicle based camping with horses is permitted at this campground. Loading ramp and horse yards are provided on site.

Activities: walking, cycling (mountain biking), horse riding, camping

Natural setting: grassy woodlands

Getting there: Access is via Port Phillip Fire Trail via Long Plain Road and Snowy Mountains Highway. Long Plain Road is subject to closure between the June and October long weekends. This period may be brought forward or extended due to weather conditions. Check with the local NPWS office for more detailed information

Facilities: non-flush toilets

Contact: Snowy Mountains (Tumut), Phone: (02) 6947 7025

Humes Crossing campground

There are no designated sites at this campground.

Activities: paddling, sailing and boating, fishing, swimming

Natural setting: grassy woodlands

Getting there: Access is via the Snowy Mountains Highway, approximately 24 km south of Tumut. 

Facilities: picnic tables, wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), non-flush toilets

Water supply: This campground is within 200m of Blowering Dam high water mark, however the water level is variable. All water collected for drinking should be boiled for approximately 5-10 minutes.

Not permitted here:

  • Dogs.
  • Other domestic animals or pets.

Contact: Snowy Mountains (Tumut), Phone: (02) 6947 7025

Island Bend campground

There are no set campsites at this campground.

Activities: fishing, walking

Getting there: Access is off Guthega Road, 6km from its junction with Kosciuszko Road.

Facilities: picnic tables, wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), non-flush toilets

Contact: Snowy Mountains (Jindabyne), Phone: (02) 6450 5600

Jacob's River campground

This is a pleasant spot for a picnic and for camping. There are no set campsites at this campground.

Activities: fishing, swimming

Getting there: Access is off the Barry Way, near the junction of the Jacob's and Snowy rivers, 53km from Jindabyne.

Facilities: picnic tables, wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), non-flush toilets

Contact: Snowy Mountains (Jindabyne), Phone: (02) 6450 5600

Jounama Creek campground 1

Camping is permitted on the mowed area between the access road and Jounama Creek.

Activities: swimming, fishing, walking, camping, picnics and barbecues

Natural setting: dry eucalypt forests

Getting there: The campground is approximately 300 m off the Snowy Mountains Highway, opposite the Talbingo turn off, 39 km south of Tumut. 

Facilities: picnic tables, wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), non-flush toilets

Water supply: Boil all drinking water for at least 5-10 minutes.

Not permitted here:

  • Dogs.
  • Other domestic animals or pets.

Contact: Snowy Mountains (Tumut), Phone: (02) 6947 7025

Jounama Creek campground 2

This is a small area adjacent to Jounama Creek, approximately 1 km up stream of Jounama campground 1. There are no set campsites or facilities.

Activities: swimming, fishing, walking

Natural setting: dry eucalypt forests

Getting there: The campground is approximately 1.3 km off the Snowy Mountains Highway, opposite the Talbingo turn off, 39 km south of Tumut. 

Water supply: Boil all drinking water for at least 5-10 minutes.

Not permitted here:

  • Dogs.
  • Other domestic animals or pets.

Contact: Snowy Mountains (Tumut), Phone: (02) 6947 7025

Leatherbarrel Creek campground

There are no set campsites at this campground.

Activities: walking

Getting there: Access is via the Alpine Way, which is narrow and winding between Geehi and Khancoban. This section is unsuitable for large caravans or large trailers.

Facilities: picnic tables, wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), non-flush toilets

Contact: Snowy Mountains (Khancoban), Phone: 02 6076 9373 or 02 6076 9382

Log Bridge Creek campground

There are no designated campsites at this campground.

Activities: paddling, sailing and boating, swimming, fishing, day walking

Natural setting: grassy woodlands

Getting there: Access is via the Snowy Mountains Highway, approximately 17 km south of Tumut.

Facilities: picnic tables, wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), non-flush toilets, boat ramp

Water supply: This campground is within 200 m of Blowering Dam high water mark, however the water level is variable. All water collected for drinking should be boiled for approximately 5-10 minutes.

Not permitted here:

  • Dogs.
  • Other domestic animals or pets.

Contact: Snowy Mountains (Tumut), Phone: (02) 6947 7025

Long Plain Hut campground

Vehicle based camping with horses is permitted in the designated area east of Long Plain Hut (horse yards on site). Walk-in and other vehicle-based camping are provided north of the hut.   

Activities: horse camping, walking, cycling (mountain biking), horse riding, fishing, camping, picnicking, playing and socialising, picnics and barbecues

Natural setting: grassy woodlands

Getting there: Long Plain Hut access track via Long Plain Road and Snowy Mountains Highway. Long Plain Road is subject to closure between the June and October long weekends. This period may be brought forward or extended due to weather conditions. Check with the local office for more detailed road information.

Facilities: non-flush toilets, wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), picnic tables, carpark

Contact: Snowy Mountains (Tumut), Phone: (02) 6947 7025

Ngarigo campground

There are no set campsites at this campground.

Activities: fishing

Getting there: Access is via the Alpine Way, which is narrow and winding between Geehi and Khancoban. This section is unsuitable for large caravans or large trailers.

Facilities: picnic tables, wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), non-flush toilets

Contact: Snowy Mountains (Jindabyne), Phone: (02) 6450 5600

O'Hares rest area

The campground was a former Snowy Mountains Hydro Electric Scheme site and provides boating access to the southern end of Talbingo Reservoir. There are no designated campsites.

Activities: paddling, sailing and boating, fishing, motor boating, camping, picnics and barbecues

Natural setting: dry eucalypt forests

Getting there: The campground is accessed via a short dirt road just off the Elliott Way (sealed road), between Tumbarumba and Cabramurra.

Facilities: picnic tables, wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), non-flush toilets, boat ramp

Water supply: Boil all drinking water collected from Talbingo Reservoir for at least 5-10 minutes.

Not permitted here:

  • Dogs.
  • Other domestic animals or pets.

Contact: Snowy Mountains (Tumut), Phone: (02) 6947 7025

Old Snowy campground

Vehicle based camping with horses is permitted at this campground.  Horse yards are provided on site.

Activities: horse camping, walking, cycling (mountain biking), camping

Natural setting: grassy woodlands

Getting there: You can get to the campground via Pocket Saddles Road, Tantangara Road and the Snowy Mountains Highway. Pockets Saddle Road is subject to closure between the June and October long weekends. This period may be brought forward or extended due to weather conditions. Check with the local NPWS office for more detailed road information.

Facilities: non-flush toilets

Contact: Snowy Mountains (Tumut), Phone: (02) 6947 7025

Pinch River campground

Wheelchair access: medium
There are four toilets in this complex all equipped to cater for wheelchair users. Access is via short compacted gravel paths and level car parking is available close by to all except for the Nine Mile toilet. This requires a 30 metre push up a sloping trail and will require assistance.

Pinch River camping and picnic area is on both sides of the road, 59km from Jindabyne at the junction of the Pinch and Snowy rivers. There are no set campsites at this campground.

Activities: fishing

Getting there: Access is via the Barry Way.

Facilities: picnic tables, wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), non-flush toilets

Contact: Snowy Mountains (Jindabyne), Phone: (02) 6450 5600

Ravine campground

Ravine is a popular destination for vehicle based camping and fishing during summer. There are no designated sites or visitor facilities. Most vehicle based campers choose natural camping sites near the river. It is recommended that camps be set up at least 50 m from Yarrangobilly River.

Activities: walking, fishing, sightseeing, swimming, geological/geomorphological appreciation

Natural setting: dry eucalypt forests

Cultural heritage: The Ravine was a village around late 1800 and early 1900 and it supported a community vested in copper and tin mining. Very little evidence of occupation is present today.  The remains of the Washington Hotel can be found on the southern side of Yarrangobilly River and numerous mine shafts can be seen else where in the valley. There are many other relics related to mining in the area.

The landscape is part of the Ravine pseudo-karst (limestone) geological area.  Examples of open air caves and formations can be found along the Milk Shanty and Stable Walls. 

Getting there: Lobs Hole Ravine Road provides access to the Ravine from the Snowy Mountains Highway (60 km south of Tumut) and the Kiandra Cabramurra Link Road (8.5 km west of Kiandra). It's approximately 38 km and passes through Yarrangobilly River, a natural river crossing.  Please use caution when crossing the river as water levels may vary.

The southern end of Lobs Hole Ravine Road is suitable for 2WD vehicles (including caravans) to Wallaces Creek Lookout (approximately 2.2 km from the Link Road). There is a turn around suitable for caravans 200 m past the lookout. Beyond the turn around, 4WD vehicles are recommended.

The northern entry route on Lobs Hole Ravine Road road is suitable for 2WD up to the intersection with Blue Creek Trail. Blue Creek Trail passes by Jounama Heritage walk and is the access point to Jounama Homestead ruin. Beyond the Blue Creek Trail intersection, south along Lobs Hole Ravine Road, is 4WD only.

Contact the Tumut Region Visitor Centre for the Lobs Hole Ravine Road visitor guide.

Water supply: Drinking water collected from Yarrangobilly River and tributaries should be boiled for 5-10 minutes prior to consumption.

Contact: Snowy Mountains (Tumut), Phone: (02) 6947 7025

Rocky Plain campground

Vehicle based camping with horses is permitted at this campground. There is a loading ramp adjacent to the toilet facilities.

Activities: horse camping, walking, camping

Natural setting: grassy woodlands

Getting there: The camping area is within 300 m of the Snowy Mountains Highway, approximately 200 m south of The Rest House (Sawyers Hill). The Rock Plain access track is subject to closure between the June and October long weekends. This period may be brought forward or extended due to weather conditions. Check with the local NPWS office for more detailed road information.

Facilities: non-flush toilets

Contact: Snowy Mountains (Tumut), Phone: (02) 6947 7025

The Pines campground

There are no designated sites at this campground.

Activities: paddling, sailing and boating, water Skiing, fishing, picnics and barbecues

Natural setting: grassy woodlands

Getting there: Access is via the Snowy Mountains Highway, approximately 21 km south of Tumut.

Facilities: picnic tables, wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), non-flush toilets

Water supply: This campground is within 200 m of Blowering Dam high water mark, however the water level is variable. All water collected for drinking should be boiled for approximately 5-10 minutes.

Not permitted here:

  • Dogs.
  • Other domestic animals or pets.

Contact: Snowy Mountains (Tumut), Phone: (02) 6947 7025

Three Mile Dam East campground

The eastern side of Three Mile Dam has several clear areas for camping. The most sheltered place is within the tree line, near the public facilities. There are no designated sites at this campground.

Three Mile Dam and the surrounding plains provide a spectacular wildflower display during early to mid-summer.

Activities: fishing, stillwater canoeing/kayaking, walking, skiing (cross-country), snow-shoeing, photography, swimming, cycling (mountain biking)

Natural setting: grassy woodlands

Cultural heritage: Three Mile Dam was established during the Kiandra gold mining era providing water for sluicing operations via race lines to Kiandra (New Chum Hill).  The eastern side of the dam was once a former Snowy Mountains Hydro Electric Scheme site.

Getting there: Access is between Kiandra and Cabramurra via Link Road, on the eastern side of Three Mile Dam.

Facilities: wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), non-flush toilets

Water supply: Drinking water collected from Three Mile Dam should be boiled for 5-10 minutes before consuming.

Contact: Snowy Mountains (Tumut), Phone: (02) 6947 7025

Three Mile Dam West campground

This campground is located along the peninsular of Three Mile Dam, sheltered amongst the snow gums.  There are basic public facilities and no designated campsites.

The surrounding plains provide a spectacular wildflower display during early to mid-summer. Take Gold Seekers Walk to enjoy the scenery of the snow gums, heath and wildflowers as well as relics of the mining era. Gold Seekers Walk starts adjacent to the carpark next to the Three Mile Dam peninsular access road.

Activities: fishing, stillwater canoeing/kayaking, walking, skiing (cross-country), picnics and barbecues, photography

Natural setting: grassy woodlands

Cultural heritage: Three Mile Dam was established during the Kiandra gold mining era providing water for sluicing operations via race lines to Kiandra (New Chum Hill). The eastern side of the dam was once a Snowy Mountains Hydro Electric Scheme site.

Getting there: Access is via a short dirt road off the Kiandra and Cabramurra Link Road. Access to this site is closed between the long weekends of June and October.

Facilities: picnic tables, wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), non-flush toilets

Water supply: Drinking water collected from Three Mile Dam should be boiled for 5-10 minutes before consumming.

Contact: Snowy Mountains (Tumut), Phone: (02) 6947 7025

Wares Yards campground

Vehicle based camping with horses is permitted at this campground.

Activities: walking, cycling (mountain biking), horse riding, horse camping, camping

Natural setting: grassy woodlands

Getting there: Wares Yards access track via Tantangara Road and the Snowy Mountains Highway. Wares Yards campground is subject to closure between the June and October long weekends.  This period may be brought forward or extended due to weather conditions.  Check with the local NPWS office for more detailed road information.  

Facilities: non-flush toilets

Contact: Snowy Mountains (Tumut), Phone: (02) 6947 7025

Yachting Point campground

This campground provides access to the Blowering Foreshores which is a popular place for water activities. There are no designated sites at this campground.

Activities: paddling, sailing and boating, water skiing, fishing, swimming, walking

Natural setting: grassy woodlands

Getting there: Access is via the Snowy Mountains Highway, approximately 34 km south of Tumut.

Facilities: picnic tables, wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), non-flush toilets

Water supply: This campground is within 100 m of Blowering Dam high water mark, however the water level is variable. All water collected for drinking should be boiled for approximately 5-10 minutes.

Not permitted here:

  • Dogs.
  • Other domestic animals or pets.

Contact: Snowy Mountains (Tumut), Phone: (02) 6947 7025

Yarrangobilly Village campground

This campground is close to Yarrangobilly Caves on the Yarrangobilly River. It's an ideal place to camp if visiting the caves, exploring the local area or fishing. There are no designated camping sites.

Yarrangobilly River meanders through the campground before cutting its way through the Yarrangobilly limestone belt heading to the caves, Lobs Hole Ravine and the Talbingo Reservoir.

Activities: camping, walking, fishing, geological/geomorphological appreciation

Natural setting: grassy woodlands

Cultural heritage: Cotterill's Cottage is within the camping grounds. The building is one of the oldest in Kosciuszko National Park and has not changed since its construction in the 1890s. In the 1930s the village consisted of approximately ten houses and was once a part of the Jounama State Forest. Jounama Homestead ruin and heritage walk are within 10 km of the campground.

Getting there: The campground is adjacent to the Snowy Mountains Highway and Yarrangobilly River, 62 km south of Tumut. The Village is 7.5 km north of the Yarrangobilly Caves Entrance Road.

Facilities: picnic tables, wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), non-flush toilets

Water supply: It is recommended that all drinking water collected from the Yarrangobilly River be boiled for at least 5-10 minutes before consumption.

Contact: Snowy Mountains (Tumut), Phone: (02) 6947 7025

Yolde campground

There are no designated sites at this campground.

Activities: fishing, walking

Natural setting: dry eucalypt forests

Getting there: Access is via a short dirt track off the Snowy Mountains Highway, 34 km south of Tumut.

Facilities: picnic tables, wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), non-flush toilets

Water supply: This campground is within 100 m of Blowering Dam high water mark. The water level is variable and may be strong due to releases from Jounama Dam. All water collected for drinking should be boiled for approximately 5-10 minutes.

Not permitted here:

  • Dogs.
  • Other domestic animals or pets.

Contact: Snowy Mountains (Tumut), Phone: (02) 6947 7025

 

 

 

 

 

 

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