Camping near Wagga Wagga

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Karoola Station

10 sites · RVs, Tents5000 acres · Mundarlo, NSW
Karoola Station is a working family farm, lucky enough to have frontage and easy access to the Murrumbidgee River near Gundagai in NSW, halfway between Sydney and Melbourne. We are located a short 13km drive off the Hume Highway and only 45 minutes from Wagga Wagga the largest inland city in NSW. Not only is Gundagai the gateway to the Riverina but the Snowy Mountains Alpine area is within a day trip from here too, making it a great central location.We are sheep graziers, and in season, visitors can observe the newborn lambs or freshly shorn sheep.There are no amenities available, self contained camping only. Campfires permitted in designated areas when restrictions aren't in place. Good access for caravansKaroola gives you the opportunity to fish, swim, boat or kayak on the river. You can walk along the riverbank or up onto the rocky outcrop for a great view of the Murrumbidgee floodplain and surrounding farming country or perhaps you would just like to relax with a good book and drink under the huge gumtrees on the riverbank in peace and quiet. Dogs permitted (see rules).
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Cudgella on Bundidgerry Creek

1 site · RV, Tent45 acres · Narrandera, NSW
Our property is set in a tranquil location on the banks of the Bundidgerry Creek out of view of main road, safely behind a locked gate. The campsite is a convenient 14km from Narrandera, and 12km from Grong Grong, not far off the Newell Highway. In town you will find all the supply and grocery stores to meet your needs.Located on the banks of Bundidgerry Creek on the Old Wagga Road you will find the old Cobb & Co route, south of the Newell Highway. Camp along the same water’s edge where travellers from past centuries would stop overnight on their journey out west. The campsite is located on the edge of the creek in an open, grassed area with plenty of shady trees. The creek flows well all year round and offers a fantastic spot for the family to enjoy. Swim, fish, kayak, canoe, launch a boat or relax and read a book as the sunlight reflects off the water.At camp you will have access to the undercover camp kitchen with a sink, BBQ and tables. There is a firepit, wood fired pizza oven for cooking. Guests have access to a gas hot water shower and flushing toilet. We ask that you leave no trace and take all your belongings and rubbish with you.Your pet is welcome to camp with you.Enjoy boating, fishing, kayaking or just relax.
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AU$50
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Wagga Bundaleer

5 sites · RVs, Tents45 acres · Bomen, NSW
Look out to the scenic landscape of Wagga from crops to the city itself with a birds eye view.Our 45 acre property is the ideal location for your next stay! Just 7kms to the City of Wagga as well as the Murrumbidgee River.All sites are for self-contained campers only. We do not offer toilet facilities, so you must bring your own toilet, and leave no trace.  Please Note there is a Slope, it is on a hill. Some flat spots available.Drinking water is available.Campfires are permitted when fire restrictions aren't in place.Kids are welcome and if under 12 there is no charge for their stay.We are a working farm and have sheep, chickens, a horse, dog and a cat. Pets welcome just needs to be away from other animals and restrained at night.
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Retreat Shearers' Quarters

1 site · RV, Tent1700 acres · Junee, NSW
PLEASE NOTE: Retreat is a working farm. For biosecurity reasons, we cannot host visitors who have returned from overseas within the last 10 days. Retreat is a historic sheep station and regenerative farm on Pinchgut Creek, in Wiradjuri Country, on the southwest slopes of NSW. Strategic grazing methods are fostering biodiversity (above and below ground). Creekside revegetation has brought the waterway back to life. Birdlife abounds. Take a walk along the creek, through the regenerating woodland. Pitch your tent under shady white cedar trees, beside the Retreat Shearer's Quarters. After sunset, listen for the mopoke owls, which sometimes call from the branches of ancient yellow box trees. Nights are dark here. Marvel at a sky full of stars. Occasionally, a rare Australasian bittern, nesting in the reed beds on Pinchgut Creek, will add its booming call to the night time frog chorus. Butcher birds often sing at sunrise. The towns of Cootamundra, Temora and Junee are less than half an hour away. Guests have access to two hot showers, a laundry, toilet, and drinking water (rainwater). There is access to electricity, but no rubbish facilities. We ask that you remove all of your own rubbish, as we don't have a council rubbish pickup service. Stay cozy in the evenings around the campfire. Campfires can be made in the cooler months, by permission, and only in the designated fire circle. Tents may only be set up under the old, shady white cedar trees on the western side of the long, corrugated iron dormitory building, with a view towards the creek. The campsite is 2WD accessible and there's plenty of room for motorhomes, campervans and camper trailers. The campsite is grassy and level, but the area can get boggy in wet weather. Please check in with us about the current conditions. ​​​ No pets please.
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AU$35
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Nacki Nacki

1 site · RV, Tent290 acres · Mount Adrah, NSW
Nacki Nacki is a farm you can retreat to. Escape to the back paddocks, watch the stars and camp away from the world. There is have a creek running through the farm that guests are also welcome to enjoy. The property offers beautiful rolling hills, many hideway spots. It's located halfway between Sydney and Melbourne, this is a perfect spot to stay the night and camp. There are a number of camping sites set up on our farm with easy access.
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Bectric Hall Recreation Reserve

20 sites · RVs, Tents10 acres · Bectric, NSW
 The Bectric Hall was built in 1904 and has since been lovingly restored. We are now offering camping on the reserve surrounding this historic hall.  The reserve is located in a true bush setting. A large open field can be used for camping or there is a gravelled area if you wish to be closer to the Hall. Please note guests will not have access to inside the hall.There is a community undercover BBQ area that can be utilised by campers,  together with Tennis Courts (bring your own balls & racquet). There are no toilet or shower facilities here, campers will need to be self sufficient and leave no trace. Nearby is the townships of Ariah Park and Temora where there are many cafe's and restaurants, Lake Centenary and also the wonderful Temora Aviation Museum.Located 3 hours from Canberra, 1 hours from Wagga Wagga and 2.5 hours from Albury. 
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AU$15
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Adelong Creek Camp

4 sites · RVs, Tents10 acres · Tumblong, NSW
Our property is divided by Avalon Creek Road, to the left side we have a site with more bush and native trees. On the right hand side there is less vegetation, this side of the property also leads to a creek. Land is recently reforested with native trees. Turn LEFT off Hume Highway into Adelong Creek Rd if you are driving from the South OR turn Right across freeway if you are driving from Gundagai Iconic Gundagai village is only 8 km away. Water sports, hiking, horse riding and skiing are all available in the nearby area. Also only 45 minutes from Wagga Wagga. Pets are welcome but must be contained to protect nature and wildlife. Campfires are permitted but you must have your own fire pit.
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AU$40
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Adelong Falls Bush Camp

3 sites · RVs10 acres · Adelong, NSW
Adelong Falls Bush Camp offers a beautiful open, flat camping area on 2 acres of land. There is 13 old friendly Cows who also share the property and you may see them wandering around. Enjoy the brand new walking track at the front of the property which takes you up to the beautiful Adelong Falls. The walking trail will have you crossing the Adelong Creek and is a beautiful and scenic experience. We are close to Tumut and within reach of the Snowy Mountains, there is plenty of 4WD opportunities and beautiful views surrounding us. We are also walking distance to the pub! Campfires are welcome in the fire pit we have created, we will supply a small amount of firewood to get you started but you may like to bring along some more. Pets are welcome on leash, we have a dog as well and your pet must be good to the cows. We often have friendly kangaroos that visit too.
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Serenity bush block site 1

3 sites · RVs, Tents780 acres · Junee, NSW
A lot of amazing native landscapes and some open areas. Great for trail riding, bush walking or mountain bike as there are gentle slopes through the bush. Grass trees are plentiful in the rear of the property and there are two eagles that live near the back of the block also. You do have to drive through inglebah reserve to get to the property which is hidden away . Only 7 mins to town which has all the outlets you need We also have 4g on the property for Optus users in most locations FIRE RESTRICTIONS Please adhere to the local fire ban dates and do not start fires near grass areas when wind is increased. Also we have a nice big dirt area area the camp ground so get the kiddies to round up a few rocks to create a fire pit and there is an abundance of fire wood. Always be cautious of lighting a camp fire not to close to fuel and or your vehicles or tent, the wind may change through the night. - We will have an ENVIRO TANK installed mid year for a drop point sewer - We only have 6 dams on the property with plenty of YABBIES if you grab some yabbies please throw in some pieces of meat and or frozen veggies to help them grow for the next time you visit. - There are a lot of Native wallabies on our property and many hares with in the bush land NO QUESTIONS ASKED RESTRICTIONS AND GUIDELINES - YOU MAY HAVE FIRE ARMS WITH YOU IF YOU ARE LICENCED AND PASSING THROUGH !! BUT UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCE IS THERE ANY SHOOTING ON THE PROPERTY AS THERE MAY BE MORE THEN 1 GROUP ON THE PROPERTY. - PICK UP ALL YOUR RUBBISH WHEN YOU LEAVE AND PUT IT IN BINS PROVIDED IN TOWN (5 MINS AWAY) there are piles of old rubbish in farm that we are cleaning up on a monthly basis which was left there from previous owners. Please treat the farm like it is your home.
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FigTree Retreat

1 site · Lodging2000 acres · Oura, NSW
Relax, Revitalise and restore at FigTree Retreat, 24 minutes from Wagga Wagga. Suitable for caravans or camper vans. Depending on where you would like to set up camp, we have a dedicated glamping area in which we host accommodation bookings in our luxury glamping g tents with amenities, hot tub and sauna including on site massage to soak in some pamper time during your travels. We have Scottish highland cattle, an abundance of wildlife and picturesque views for a hike up the hills. We are only a short drive to Wagga, with many activities to offer in the area.
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The Old Shed

2 sites · RVs20 acres · Gundagai, NSW
Located behind the iconic Dog on the Tuckerbox, the property offers a taste of country living. You can enjoy a beautiful sunrise towards the snowy mountains. We are only 6 km from Gundagai historical town which features the large wooden trestle bridge. Not a commercial campground . There are no amenities so you'll need to have everything you need and leave no trace.
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Retro Caravan in Muttama

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Muttama, NSW
Muttama is a small village situated in the beautiful Riverina, just 30 minutes from Cootamundra or Gundagai. The property still has the original 1904 Church that the hosts have converted into a home. In the 3 years we have lived here we have transformed what was once a sheep paddock into a permaculture garden. Offering this retro caravan accomodating two guests. Campers will have access to both a shower and private toilet throughout their stay. Visitors are welcome to enjoy a campfire in the fire pit provided, don't forget to look up and enjoy some amazing star gazing. Cootamundra is a lovely town to visit, there are a number of great cafes and bakeries to enjoy along with plenty of parks and walks to explore. The Cootamundra scenery is just simply something else. The native tree’s guiding you along your path throughout National Parks and along dam banks will provide you with an insight into not only the beautiful countryside, but also the areas animals as well.
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Camping near Wagga Wagga guide

Overview

Foodies and outdoor enthusiasts should make a stop in Wagga Wagga, perched on the banks of the Murrumbidgee River and surrounded by the agricultural heartlands of the Riverina. Hike or cycle the Wiradjuri Trail around the city, then cool off with a swim at the riverside Wagga Beach. A road trip through the Riverina is the best way to take in the scenery, stopping at cellar door wineries, brewpubs, and artisan food producers along the way. Campers have plenty of options, from holiday parks to quiet riverside camping grounds.

Where to go

Along the Murrumbidgee River

The Murrumbidgee River flows through the heart of the Riverina, dotted with caravan parks and riverfront campsites. Stop to swim and sunbathe at one of the riverside beaches, enjoy fishing along the shore, or set sail on a boat cruise to explore further afield. Kayaking, water-skiing, and other water sports are possible in the summer months.

Griffith and Around

Sloping green hills and vineyards surround the country town of Griffith, northwest of Wagga Wagga. Hop between wineries for tastings, camp along the shores of Lake Wyangan, or enjoy bird-watching around the wetlands of Darlington Point. Nearby, the riverside towns of Leeton and Narrandera are also popular spots for campers.

Snowy Valleys

The eastern slopes of the Riverina lie in the foothills of the Snowy Mountains, where cool-climate vineyards and glittering lakes dot the landscapes. Tumut and Tumbarumba are the liveliest towns, from where hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding trails lead the way through the valleys. Kosciuszko National Park is within easy reach, and its snow-capped peaks are home to some of Australia’s most famous ski resorts.

When to go

Wagga Wagga has four distinct seasons, and the landscapes are constantly changing. Come in summer (December through February) to swim along the river or pick fresh strawberries at a fruit farm, in spring or autumn to hike and cycle through the valleys, or in winter, on route to the nearby ski resorts. Perhaps time your visit for seasonal events such as Mardi Gras in March or the craft beer festival in October, both of which draw large crowds.

Know before you go

  • Wagga Wagga and the Riverina have a good public transport service, but having your own transport is useful for exploring the vineyards and surrounding towns.
  • Wagga Wagga has a large selection of shops where you can pick up camping gear and stock up on supplies.
  • Fire bans are common in New South Wales during summer and dry periods, so check local recommendations.

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