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Ellenborough Reserve

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33 Reviews

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Foreign E.
1 week ago

Unfortunately this campsite is a bit strange, people very clearly live here, which as a solo traveller I didn’t really feel comfortable staying very long, spent the night and left early in the morning, without internet connection and people living there full time there wasn’t much space anyway. Campsite itself was clean, so many bins. I noticed that someone said there was bbq areas, there aren’t bbq’s but there are undercover tables. The water itself was beautiful and was nice to see in the morning, the rain too made the water flow super fast so it was really cool to watch

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Beck C.
11 months ago

A really nice free campsite. A few people living here but they weren’t a bother, they just played some guitar and sang about 4WDing hahaha. Creek was nice and quite clear. Drop down toilets well maint... Read more

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Tania P.
1 year ago

Initially pin took us 1/2 hour in wrong location site : Then we returned to this site Admittedly a Sat : but over run with people (loads of noisy bogans ) Quite a few Live ins : dirty site Nice enough creek but way too busy and rough for us !

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Mel L.
1 year ago
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Sarahbeth
1 year ago

Such a beautiful place. There’s walking tracks and 4wd access to the river, water is absolutely beautiful for swimming! Few homeless people living at the reserve but they are super lovely and won’t bo... Read more


Top Questions

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Ava W. 2 years ago
Question:

Is this site accessible by 4wd only? :)

Answer:

No you can use any car I was fine in my 2wd :) by Lisa F.

Answer:

Thank you!! by Ava W.

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LeahT 4 years ago
Question:

Do we need to prebook or is it simply a drive in and go?

Answer:

Just drive in and park where you’d like :) by Rafa c.

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Can dogs go swimming by F camp lovah

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How do we know if there will be a vacant spot ? by Leanne T.

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Kristie P. 4 years ago
Question:

Has anyone stayed over Xmas period ? Arriving on the 27th wondering if we will get a spot?

Answer:

I’m hoping the same thing, heading there on the 27th by Nola T.

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Tracey Wellings Fleming 4 years ago
Question:

Are Motorhomes welcome ?

Answer:

There was plenty when we were there over the weekend. Didn't seem to be a problem at all. by Katrina H.

Answer:

Ellenborough is a lovely free camp for everyone to enjoy 😊 motor homes, caravans, backpackers, tents, swags by Katherine W.

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Location

Main Street Ellenborough NSW

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Details

Listing type
Campsite
No. of sites
10
Next to car
Yes
Caravans
Yes
Management
State Forest
Phone
Website
Visit

Average temperature

January
L 19°C
H 28°C
February
L 19°C
H 28°C
March
L 17°C
H 27°C
April
L 14°C
H 25°C
May
L 10°C
H 22°C
June
L 8°C
H 19°C
July
L 7°C
H 19°C
August
L 7°C
H 21°C
September
L 9°C
H 23°C
October
L 12°C
H 24°C
November
L 15°C
H 25°C
December
L 17°C
H 27°C
Source: Meteostat

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