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Glen Rock Park Camp Site
Glen Rock Park (6300 ha), situated at the head of the beautiful Tenthill Valley, adjoins the World Heritage listed Main Range National Park
An open grassy camping area on the banks of Blackfellow Creek surrounded by inspiring views of rugged ranges. A maximum of 50 campers are allowed at any one time at Casuarina Camping Area. Campers are welcome to set up anywhere within the mown area on a 'first in first served' basis, as sites are not individually numbered.
Facilities include composting toilets, tap water, cold showers and barbeques. Boil or chemically treat all tap water before drinking. If you wish to use a barbeque, you'll need to bring your own firewood or purchase it locally, alternatively use a fuel stove.
Firewood must not be collected from the park or roadside – fines apply. Fires must not be lit on the ground. Elevated barbeques and braziers that use heat beads are welcome, providing that the ground is protected from coals and burning embers that will damage the grass cover.
Please note that generators are not permitted in the camping area. No bins are provided; visitors are asked to take their rubbish with them. Please note that only a limited number of barbecues are provided in the camping area. During busy periods please arrange your campsite so that others can share these facilities.
Bookings - Campers may make bookings on-line all year round.
Self-registration - NOTE This option is NOT available for the Easter, Anzac Day, May and June long weekends. Bookings must be made for all camping during the above periods. During periods when self registration is permitted you will be required to pay your camping fees at the information hut located opposite the entrance to the Casuarina Day Use Area.
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