We love camping at Murrindindi - and we've done a lot of camping. I enjoy having a wire fenced area to yourself, where no-one else can set up camp right on top of your own! There are trees/bushes in between sites to create a bit of privacy. The flushing toilet is a highlight for me, I've done a lot of camping with pit dunnies and even made our own, so this is a little luxury. We live within an hours drive, so to find such a peaceful spot close by is a bonus. The walking tracks are well laid out, and the river is beautiful. Most sites have a fire pit with a cooking plate, etc. There is ample wood to make a campfire. All the parks are well signed - we've stayed in Suspension Bridge and Bull Creek so far. I liked Suspension Bridge, cos the walk to the river to collect water was much easier. For $7 a night - who can complain! Seemed to be a lot of families camping too - which makes you feel safer. Who needs doof doof music and loud disrespectul behaviour, when all you want to do is relax and enjoy the great outdoors. The Ranger drives by regularly, which is a comfort. Thank you for giving us such a lovely, affordable place to experience camping.