Our Tumut riverside tent sites are spaced out to cater for young couples, singles and nomads seeking a nature based getaway. Cool groves of Black Wattle line the riverbank offering shade, privacy & comfort. Our riverside campsites are in the prime position for fishing, canoeing and swimming. Book a Shuttle up the river and canoe down to your camp! Rest by the river and relax
Our Tumut riverside tent sites are spaced out to cater for young couples, singles and nomads seeking a nature based getaway. Cool groves of Black Wattle line the riverbank offering shade, privacy & comfort. Our riverside campsites are in the prime position for fishing, canoeing and swimming. Book a Shuttle up the river and canoe down to your camp! Rest by the river and relax with your loved one. Visit the local farm gates in Tumut, Batlow, Tumbarumba & Adelong.
10 Sites are dedicated to tents & Swags ~ PYOT (Pitch your own tent)
BYO camp gear including cookers and camping toilets if you prefer to a long drop.
Fresh Snowy river water at your doorstep.
Close to town & all facilities including swimming pool, shopping centre &
Waste depot (See provided map & directions attached)
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 10AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 5% off
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Relaxing with a menagerie
Wayne went above and beyond what I expected from a host. I was staying for a few days to unwind before heading on to a group camp with friends to celebrate a birthday. Wayne’s campground was actually flooded so he offered me his backyard instead. I got to spend a couple of days, still with water views and the company of his menagerie of animals. I 100% would recommend Wayne and his epic location and will be back in the future for a dryer stay.
My fiance and I stayed at Bahwidgee for 2 nights with our dog. Wayne was very accomodating and friendly, even bringing us quality firewood each night to ensure we had a great campfire at night. A beautiful spot right on the Tumut River. We will definitely be coming back in the future.
Riverside camping with our fur baby
Our overnight stay was amazing! I would highly recommend this site to everyone! The property was perfect with direct river access. Beautiful countryside views. Even though it was raining our host was thoughtfull enough to keep our timber dry and delivered it to us on arrival. After the rain stopped we managed to get a spectacular sunset over the mountain opposite the river. The most awesome part is being able to have our fur baby with us! Perfection.
Great spot on the river. Had the place to ourselves so got the pick of the spots! Would recommend to other campers wanting access to the river or a relaxing spot just outside of Tumut.
Absolutely beautiful place.....busy October long weekend though. This was our very 1st Hipcamp and it went very well. Only negative is the amount of people with dogs off leads and I caught one bloke sawing off a branch of a living tree for fire wood!wtf.
I'll be definitely booking again but at a quieter time of year
Yes, i recommend it.
My sister and I really enjoyed the camping there. There was one couple one night and on our second night there were two vehicles but they were right down the other end. The views were really fantastic , I enjoyed looking at the mountains and my sister enjoyed looking at the river. The river was fast-flowing and clear on the first two days and on the morning we left it was a bit Brown because it rained overnight. We had trouble getting out the final day because the grass was too slippery for the tyres so luckily Wayne helped us out and gave us a tow. We didn't see the long drop until the final morning (in hindsight it's pretty easy to find but we didn't really look properly) and noticed it was going to be a bit tricky to get to anyway but Wayne said he was going to make some changes like putting gravel down to make good roads to the campsites. I recommend it and I would go there again but not when the grass is all slippery but who knows when that would be because the weather forecasts keep changing.