Ellenborough Reserve is a wildlife haven

Ellenborough Reserve

Ellenborough Reserve camp site provides a grassy rest area among trees on the banks of the Hastings and Ellenborough Rivers in NSW. This is a particularly great spot for canoers, kayakers and birdwatching enthusiasts. The area is home to a wide range of birds including bowerbirds, kingfishers, king parrots, wedge-tailed eagles and honeyeaters. You may also come across native Australian animals such as kangaroos, wallabies, koalas, possums and echidnas if you are quiet enough. Goannas, platypus and turtles are less commonly seen, but are known to live in the area. The camping area itself is a reasonably large grassy area with space for caravans, campervans and tents. You will need to bring your own water for showering and drinking, as well as your own firewood if you want to use the wood powered BBQs.

Where: 500m North of Oxley Highway
Toilets: Yes
Camp Fires: Yes (BYO wood)
Pet friendly: Yes
Showers: No
Maximum Stay: 14 days
Water: No
Power: No
Mobile Reception: No
Big Rig Access: Yes
Getting There: LOT 7018 Main. 500m North of Oxley Highway on the East side of the bridge.



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