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Rob wrote a review Mar 2019
Korora, Australia2 contributions
Take the Cangai Bridge turn about 15km west of Jackadgery, well maintained dirt road into the campground, camp on the rocky river bank or cross the timber bridge to higher ground. No facilities but is free, top spot to kick back and do nothing, the cows are quite friendly.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Odyssey811876 wrote a review Feb 2019
Ballina, Australia607 contributions38 helpful votes
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We spent the long weekend in the much quieter and lesser known of the north western Washpool National Park and Washpool State Conservation area. Four Bull hut was a very comfortable 2 bedroom cottage in a grassy open area Part of the park. It had a fully functional and modern kitchen. There was hot showers and normal flushing toilets. The cabin was beside a creek which we cooled off in every afternoon. The cabin is in an area with a locked gate, so only guests can access this part of the park. From here we also visited Four Bulls Falls, Billyrimba Falls and the historic saw mill site. We will be back.....
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Bob N wrote a review Jun 2018
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What an excellent place to camp in this National Park More than six different areas that you can park a caravan that has a fire pit and tables and stools for each site Firewood is supplied in a dry shed and there was plenty The fire pits have a fixed BBQ plate and hanging steel to support a billy or camp ovens There is a toilet easily accessed from any of the camp-sites A choice of places to walk especially down steps to Lyrebird Falls Congratulations to NPWS for the provision of this site
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Malcolm K wrote a review May 2018
Newcastle, Australia247 contributions115 helpful votes
A fair drive to the top of the Gwydyr Highway but the mountain climb was a dream for the Porsche Boxster. I can assure you no one caught up with me. Raspberry lookout had very extensive views, Coachwood Pool is a short pleasant walk through the rainforest and Boundary Falls are impressive. Very steep decent to viewing area but well paved and hand railed.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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Christine M wrote a review Oct 2017
Wickham, Australia275 contributions35 helpful votes
Generally use this area in the warmer months when we go camping with friends. Great walks to attempt and nice and quiet for relaxing and chatting with friends.
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Date of experience: November 2016
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