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Scrubby Creek Forest Picnic Area

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12 Reviews

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Tania P.
1 year ago

Ignore this listing : it is actually Scrubby Creek Rest Area! Enter off Princess Highway at WOMBAT Rd. Don’t turn at Imlay Rd as per Google map directions.(and pin) Otherwise a nice camp,heavily wo... Read more

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Aaron
1 year ago

Stayed here one night passing through. Unfortunately this site is within 50 metres of the highway so there is significant road noise. Although, this site was wonderful to stay at and appeared very maintained. We even observed someone coming and cleaning the drop toilets whilst we were there. Have to say one of the cleanest drop toilets I’ve ever seen. Overall was good for a stop over, couldn’t see someone staying there for long periods of time. All the other campers that night had similar ideas and were gone by mid day.

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Matt L.
1 year ago

This is a great little camp ground straight off the highway, so you do get a bit of road noise especially during the busy holiday periods. We managed to grab a good little spot early in the afternoon... Read more

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Piper C.
1 year ago

Couldn’t fault. Built in campfires and relatively clean long drop. Picnic tables available and campsite well maintained. It is right next to the freeway however it wasn’t very busy at night. Highly recommend for a nights stay.

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Alyssa E.
1 year ago

Good overnight camp spot, bit of noise from the highway but other then that everything was fine, lots of fire pits, long drop toilets and plenty of fire wood around if you go for a bit of a walk.


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Craig 2 years ago
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Can you use generators ?

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Kriszta 3 years ago
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is it open now?

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Julieta A. 3 years ago
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Location

Princes Hwy,
Narrabarba,
New South Wales

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Average temperature

January
L 17°C
H 22°C
February
L 17°C
H 22°C
March
L 16°C
H 21°C
April
L 14°C
H 20°C
May
L 11°C
H 17°C
June
L 10°C
H 16°C
July
L 9°C
H 15°C
August
L 9°C
H 15°C
September
L 10°C
H 17°C
October
L 11°C
H 18°C
November
L 13°C
H 19°C
December
L 15°C
H 21°C
Source: Meteostat

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