Last Updated | 30 Dec 2013
This campground was suggested by Peter
A pleasant, quiet, level camp by the Murray River just as it leaves Barmah Lakes.
The camp ground consists of two circuit loops, each with a pit WC, a total of 22 semi-designated and dispersed sites (most with a bench and BBQ).
Shaded by stands of River Red Gum saplings.
Surrounded by flood plain forest - River Red Gum and some Black Box forest - mainly open with grasses, billabongs, creeks and swamps. Together with the Barmah State Park and Moira SF (NSW) this is the worlds largest Red Gum forest.
Prolific bird life, including water-birds and migratory birds.
Walking tracks (easy) (pamphlets)
Boat ramp at the nearby day area. Daharnya Visitor Centre a further 800 m on Sand Ridge Track (gravel, corduroyed).
First in, best dressed.
This site is accessable by caravans in good weather.
From Barmah [C358] north-east 6.5k on the Moira Lakes Road (to about 800m after crossing Rices Weir Bridge), left 0.8k (gravel)