Can be a bit of a tight squeeze for big rigs if few are parked here.
The historic mining township of Sofala is 3 kilometres up the road. a nice hike there for a bite to eat at one of the cafés, then back to camp..
Stroll over to the Namoi River and have a go at catching dinner.
Rest eat and do d what nature says you must, then on your way again.
Use your GPS to navigate to this nice camping area. If you intend to use the fireplaces remember to bring firewood with you.
Nowendoc River runs behind the reserve, this is a nice peaceful spot to visit
A rough dirt track that leads to a rough bush camp with magnificent photo opportunity creek at your doorstep.
Lovely place to let a few hours drift away, drop the kayak and do a quick explore or a bit of river fishing in time for dinner.
There is parking on either side of the Barrier Hwy, toilet and covered tables are on the southbound side only.
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