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Old Police Station Waterhole Camp Ground

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Trish c.
3 years ago

Nice shady spots for camping, tents and off road only as the road in is very rough. There is one pit toilet only. The waterhole itself was lovely, great yabbying! Fuel and supplies available from Epen... Read more



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Davenport Range National Park,
Northern Territory

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900.20 km

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