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Cascades campground

Wadbilliga National Park

Overview

Set up camp in the remote wilderness of Cascades campground in Wadbilliga National Park and wake up next to Tuross River.

Accommodation Details
Number of campsites 6
Camping type Camper trailer site, Tent, Camping beside my vehicle
Facilities Picnic tables, barbecue facilities, carpark, toilets
What to bring Drinking water, cooking water, food supplies, firewood
Price Free.
Bookings Bookings are required. Contact the Bombala office to make a booking.
Please note
  • Check in after 12pm. Check out before 11am.
  • This campground is in a remote location, so it’s a good idea to pick up your supplies before you arrive
  • There’s no mobile reception or power available

If you’re an active and adventurous camper, this small, quiet campground is an ideal base to explore Wadbilliga’s rugged wilderness. With only 6 campsites, you’ll almost feel like you’ve got the place to yourself.

After you’ve pitched your tent among the towering ribbon gums, stretch your legs on Cascades walking track or Tuross Falls walking track, and then cool off with a dip in Tuross River. Bring your kayak or canoe if you want to paddle upstream – and see if you can hook a catch to barbecue back at camp for dinner.

Spring and Autumn are beautiful times of the year to camp, when visitation is low and the weather is beautiful. But be prepared nights can be chilly so pack a jumper. You’ll be sharing the space with resident wildlife, and if you’re lucky (and patient) you might even spot a platypus in the river.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info

 

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Wadbilliga National Park cascades Photo:L Morrell/OEH