Yanga National Park Camp Sites
Located west of Griffith
Mamanga campground (14 sites)
Wheelchair access: medium
Wheelchair accessible pit toliets and generally level ground in a bush setting.
Mamanga campground lies along the bank of the Murrumbidgee River, nestled amongst river red gum and black box woodland. It offers visitors the opportunity to observe woodland birds and animals, go fishing, bushwalking, and gain an appreciation for Aboriginal heritage sites. The campground is made up of two sections, one for tent based camping, and another more open section for caravan and motor home campers.
Activities: cycling (mountain biking), day walking, fishing, stillwater canoeing/kayaking, motor boating, swimming
Natural setting: semi-arid woodlands
Cultural heritage: there is evidence of Aboriginal occupation throughout this site with bark canoe scar trees prevalent
Facilities: non-flush toilets
Water supply: non-potable water available from tanks located on toilet buildings and from the Murrumbidgee River
The Willows camping and picnic areas (11 sites)
Wheelchair access: hard
The Willows offers opportunities for the traveller to stop for a break in a quiet location. Wander around the old Wilga Woolshed, or become acquainted with some of the local woodland birds. Enjoy a lunchtime barbecue or stay for sunset and camp overnight
Activities: day walking, birdwatching
Natural setting: grasslands
Facilities: gas/electric barbecues, non-flush toilets
Water supply: tank water available not suitable for drinking
Permitted here: Solid fuel fires. Fires permitted in fireplaces provided outside of fire danger period (usually 1st April to 30th September). If you wish to have a campfire, we encourage you to bring your own firewood. Park staff will endeavour to supply some firewood at a collection point in each campground. Chainsaws are not permitted in the park.
DECC Information Centre
Level 14, 59-61 Goulburn Street,
Ph: 1300 361 967
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