After you've set up camp, it's time to explore. This scenic spot the perfect place to do a bit of birdwatching, cast a line or simply relax and take in the view. Or if you're feeling energetic, why not go for a swim, paddle down the river or explore the park on a self-guided walk.
These campgrounds are only accessible during dry weather and its best to take a 4WD. Its one of the remote camping areas in the park, and with space for only three to four camps at a time, youre bound to enjoy the solitude.
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