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Bahwidgee on Tumut River

139 sites · RVs, Tents150 acres · Bombowlee, NSW
Located on the stunning Tumut River, where cool groves of black wattle line the riverbank, offering shade, privacy, and comfort. Here you have clear Snowy River water at your doorstep. It's so fresh we drink it! Each camping site is by the river, prime position for fishing, canoeing, and swimming. Based on availability, you are welcome to choose your spot on arrival. All options are grassed and level. You will have access to a pit toilet, otherwise, please BYO facilities. Small campfires are welcome in the fire pits provided, or BYO firepit (permitting there are no restrictions in place at the time). Firewood can be purchased at the time of booking. We're pet-friendly, so you're welcome to bring your four-legged friends along! Please note, however, that we are a working farm and as such farm activities are going on, and we have resident animals, so please keep your pets under control at all times. Also, please ensure kids are supervised at all times, particularly around the river. Lifejackets are recommended. During your time here, visit the local farm gates in Tumut, Batlow, Tumbarumba, and Adelong for their delicious high-country produce. There are also some beautiful swimming spots and walks to discover in the region, as well as good facilities in town, including the local swimming pool and shopping centre. Enjoy a local brew and bite to eat at the Tumut brewery. Bahwidgee is just 3km from the Tumut town centre - so close you could ride in, or even walk.
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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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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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Table Top Hotel

22 sites · RVs, Tents10 acres · Table Top, NSW
Combining a unique atmosphere with exceptional service, The Ettamogah Pub offers an open space on the grass behind the pub where campers can set, relax and enjoy.It is walking distance to the pub which has great meals and the best beer in NSW, there is also a lovely verandah and kids playground. Campers will have access to both toilet and shower facilities inside the pub and you are welcome to enjoy a campfire in the camping area. The Pub is open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner.It's a 10 minute drive to Lake Hume, where you can access a boat ramp, swim and enjoy some excellent fishing. We are just 10 minutes from Albury which has plenty of shops to stock up on all your camping and road trip needs. Just over an hour to the snowfields.Your pets are welcome to join you, please ensure they are kept on a leash and don't disturb other campers.It is in a great central location just off the Hume Highway, the perfect place to stop on your next road trip.
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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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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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The best camping near Livingstone National Park guide

Overview

About

Nestled just 30km south of Wagga Wagga, Livingstone National Park is a haven for nature enthusiasts. Here, you can immerse yourself in activities like mountain biking, horse riding, and birdwatching amid a backdrop of richly varied bushland. The park's multi-use tracks offer a scenic adventure for all, with the vibrant wildflowers in spring providing a spectacular display.

When to go

The best times to visit Livingstone National Park are during autumn and spring. Autumn offers crisp mornings perfect for wildlife photography, while spring brings a milder climate ideal for exploring the park's trails amid a bloom of wildflowers. Summer mornings are cooler, suitable for early birdwatching expeditions.

Know before you go

  • Livingstone National Park is always open, but may close due to poor weather or fire danger.
  • Be aware of unexploded ordinances (UXO) in the park and stay on formed trails.
  • Limited mobile phone reception; download the Emergency Plus app for safety.
  • No facilities or drinking water available; bring your own supplies and bury toilet waste.
  • Pets and smoking are not permitted within the park.

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