Adventure seekers will love the remote rugged beauty of the riverside Youdales Hut campground and picnic area. This pretty campground on Kunderang Brook is nestled between 2 world class wilderness areas.
Pitch your tent beside the creek and take stock of the spectacular gorge country surrounding you. Be sure to have your binoculars handy for a spot of birdwatching.
This back-to-basics campground will also give you a taste of history. It’s on the site of an old grazing property that was run by the Youdale family and grazed for 150 years. Part of the property included Youdales Hut, which was lost during the wildfires that affected a large part of Oxley Wild Rivers National Park in 2019. As you settle into your campsite, take a moment to reflect on what early settler life was like in this remote gorge country.
At night, after toasting your marshmallows…
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This remote creekside campground near Walcha provides a wilderness getaway for hardy adventure seekers. Accessible only by low-range 4WD, camp surrounded by gorge country.Barbecue
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A minimum nightly rate applies which includes the first 2 occupants