Top 10 free campsites near Ngadyung, AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY
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Top 10 free campsites near Ngadyung, AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY

Ngadyung is the traditional name for the area now known as the Australian Capital Territory. It is home to the nation's capital city, Canberra, and its surrounding region. This area is rich in Indigenous heritage and culture, with many traditional sites and places of significance to the local Aboriginal people. Visitors can explore national parks, mountains, rivers and lakes, and experience a unique blend of urban and rural life.

#10 Perkins Flat Campgrounds

Nestled in the beautiful Snowy Mountains, Perkins Flat Campgrounds offers a great way to experience the great outdoors. With free access to national parks and access to non-drinking water, campers can take advantage of swimming, hiking, and other activities in the stunning landscape. Those who have stayed here have praised the peacefulness and natural beauty of the area. Whether you're looking for a short getaway or an extended camping trip, Perkins Flat Campgrounds is sure to provide a memorable experience.

Kosciuszko National Park, New South Wales
1 hour 48 minutes (67 km) drive from Ngadyung
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  • ✓ Free
  • ✓ National Parks
  • ✓ Water (Non Drinking)
  • ✓ Swimming
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#9 Gurney VC Rest Area

This rest area is located in Capital Country and offers a variety of amenities. Pets are allowed, as are caravans and camper trailers. There are free toilets and phone reception, as well as non-drinking water. Fires are permitted. Reviews of the area have been positive, with many noting the convenient amenities and inviting atmosphere.

Federal Hwy, Lake George, New South Wales
52 minutes (66.9 km) drive from Ngadyung
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  • ✓ Pets Allowed
  • ✓ Free
  • ✓ Toilets
  • ✓ Caravans
  • ✓ Camper Trailers
  • ✓ Phone Reception
  • ✓ Water (Non Drinking)
  • ✓ Allows fires
  • ✓ Telstra 4G
  • ✓ Optus 4G
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#8 Mulloon Creek campground

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Located in the heart of Capital Country, Mulloon Creek campground is the perfect destination for a weekend getaway. With free access, toilets and BBQ areas, it's ideal for camping with family and friends. There's a short walk to the car, and you can explore nearby national parks as well. Plus, you can even have a campfire to enjoy under the stars. Reviews of the campground are overwhelmingly positive, with visitors praising its cleanliness and peaceful atmosphere.

Mulloon Firetrail, Palerang, New South Wales
1 hour 28 minutes (59.9 km) drive from Ngadyung
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  • ✓ Free
  • ✓ Toilets
  • ✓ BBQ Areas
  • ✓ Short walk to car
  • ✓ National Parks
  • ✓ Allows fires
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#7 Anderson VC Rest Area

Located in Capital Country, Anderson VC Rest Area is a great spot for a break. Enjoy free amenities such as toilets, BBQ areas, and phone reception. Pets are allowed and there's even water (non-drinking) available. It's the perfect spot to park caravans, camper trailers, and more. Reviews of this area are positive, describing it as a great place for a break.

Federal Hwy, Lake George, New South Wales
46 minutes (55.8 km) drive from Ngadyung
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  • ✓ Pets Allowed
  • ✓ Free
  • ✓ Toilets
  • ✓ BBQ Areas
  • ✓ Caravans
  • ✓ Camper Trailers
  • ✓ Phone Reception
  • ✓ Water (Non Drinking)
  • ✓ Telstra 4G
  • ✓ Optus 4G
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#6 Coree campground

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Coree campground is the perfect place to explore the natural beauty of Capital Country. With free access to toilets, a short walk to your car, and nearby national parks, state forest and 4WD trails, this campground is ideal for those looking for a great outdoor experience. Fires are allowed, making it the perfect spot to relax with friends and family. Reviews of Coree campground are overwhelmingly positive, with visitors praising the convenient location, beautiful views and abundance of activities.

cnr Two Sticks Rd and Mt Coree Summit Trail, New South Wales
1 hour 14 minutes (46.8 km) drive from Ngadyung
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  • ✓ Free
  • ✓ Toilets
  • ✓ Short walk to car
  • ✓ National Parks
  • ✓ State Forest
  • ✓ Phone Reception
  • ✓ 4WD Trails
  • ✓ Allows fires
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#5 Brooks Hill Rest Area

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Located in Capital Country, this rest area offers a great spot to take a break and enjoy nature. Pets are allowed, and there are toilets, caravan and camper trailer facilities, and phone reception. There is also non-drinking water and walking trails. Reviews are positive, with many praising the beautiful scenery and peaceful atmosphere. A great location for an outdoor getaway.

5560 Kings Hwy, Bungendore, New South Wales
41 minutes (38.5 km) drive from Ngadyung
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  • ✓ Pets Allowed
  • ✓ Free
  • ✓ Toilets
  • ✓ Caravans
  • ✓ Camper Trailers
  • ✓ Phone Reception
  • ✓ Water (Non Drinking)
  • ✓ Walking Trails
  • ✓ Telstra 4G
  • ✓ Optus 4G
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#4 Flea Creek campground

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A hidden gem, Flea Creek campground is great for families and 4WDers alike. Free to use, with facilities, it offers a short walk to the car and access to national parks, fishing, walking trails, swimming and 4WD trails. Fires are allowed too, making it a great spot to relax and explore. It can get busy in summer, but there's plenty of space to spread out and enjoy the beautiful flora and fauna. Clean facilities, 10/10 can recommend!

LOT 4 Crace Ln, Uriarra, New South Wales Get directions
  • ✓ Free
  • ✓ Toilets
  • ✓ Short walk to car
  • ✓ National Parks
  • ✓ Fishing
  • ✓ Walking Trails
  • ✓ Swimming
  • ✓ 4WD Trails
  • ✓ Allows fires
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#3 McIntyres campground

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Located in Capital Country, McIntyres campground is an ideal spot to spend a weekend away. Enjoy the short walk to your car, or explore the National Parks in the area. Fishing and swimming spots are plentiful, as well as 4WD trails for the adventurous. Toilets are also available, making your stay even more comfortable. Reviews are positive, with visitors praising the beautiful surroundings and plenty of activities to enjoy.

Nottingham Creek Rd, Uriarra, New South Wales Get directions
  • ✓ Pets Allowed
  • ✓ Free
  • ✓ Toilets
  • ✓ Short walk to car
  • ✓ National Parks
  • ✓ Fishing
  • ✓ Swimming
  • ✓ 4WD Trails
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#2 Ghost Gully campground

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Located in the picturesque Snowy Mountains, Ghost Gully campground is ideal for those seeking a peaceful outdoor getaway. There are free facilities such as toilets, BBQ areas, and camper trailers available, as well as national parks nearby. Fires are allowed in designated areas, adding to the outdoor experience. Reviews of the campground are extremely positive, with visitors praising the beautiful landscape and clean facilities.

Port Phillip Fire Trail, Long Plain, New South Wales Get directions
  • ✓ Free
  • ✓ Toilets
  • ✓ BBQ Areas
  • ✓ Camper Trailers
  • ✓ National Parks
  • ✓ Allows fires
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#1 Bombay Reserve

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Located in Capital Country, Bombay Reserve is a great spot for camping. It has a range of amenities, such as pets allowed, free toilets, allocated sites, caravans, camper trailers, disabled access, phone reception and fishing. There are also plenty of walking trails and swimming spots, as well as fire spots for picnics. It is a great spot for campervans, with stunning views of the Shoalhaven River. Even mid-week, it was a peaceful and quiet spot to stay.

Bombay Road Braidwood NSW 2622 Get directions
  • ✓ Pets Allowed
  • ✓ Free
  • ✓ Toilets
  • ✓ Allotted Site
  • ✓ Caravans
  • ✓ Camper Trailers
  • ✓ Disabled Access
  • ✓ Phone Reception
  • ✓ Fishing
  • ✓ Walking Trails
  • ✓ Swimming
  • ✓ Allows fires
  • ✓ Telstra 4G
  • ✓ Optus 4G
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