As far as relaxed settings go, it doesnt get much better than the Spring Gully campground. Located at the end of Spring Gully drive, trees shade some of the campground, while the Goulburn River ensures you have a fantastic backdrop.
Theres a variety of native trees in the area in spring, catch the bottlebrushes and acacias flowering and attracting honey-eating birds and parrots. Youre likely to encounter other local wildlife here; all year round, kangaroos, wombats and emus call this campground home.
When youre not relaxing in the shade, get out into the park and start exploring. Take a trip to nearby Big River campground, wander down the river, or go hiking along the old logging tracks.
At the end of the day when youve finished exploring, head back to the campground, strike up the barbecue, and enjoy the sunset as the local wildlife start their evening chorus.
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Disabled AssistanceDisabled access available
There are no camping fees at this campground but a $6 booking fee applies.