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Campground Hugh Gorge Campsite (Trailhead Area)
Hugh Gorge trailhead shelter
Open air tent pad campsite
Open air tent pad campsite
Alternate campsites along river banks
Rating Good
Designation Campground Designated (official) campsite
Campsite Facilities
TrailheadPark & Trail InformationCampsite/CampgroundWaterToiletrsShelterParkingTables, Chairs and/or Tent PadsNo Campfires
Water Tank Water Yes- 2x Tanks
Capacity 9-10 tents
Camping Fees None
Campsite Access See Hugh Gorge Access Page
Maps & GPS Data Shown on Trail Maps External Link
Restrictions  
Snapshot Description
Point New 2016 trailhead shelter with undercover raised tent pads
Point A number of cleared open air tent pads
Point A number of cleared tent pad areas on or around Hugh River
Point 4WD area is about 350m south from the trailhead.
Links & Additional Info
Section 5 | S6 Trailhead - Hugh Gorge | Hugh Gorge Access Track
 
Campground Ghost Gum Flat Campsite
Campsite Signage
Campsite area after a little rain
Campsite furniture
Campsite area.
Rating Good
Designation Campground Designated (official) campsite
Campsite Facilities Tables, Chairs and/or Tent PadsCampsite/CampgroundNo Campfires
Water None
Capacity 3-4 tents
Camping Fees None
Campsite Access Trail Access Only
Maps & GPS Data Shown on Trail Maps External Link
Restrictions No Fires Strictly No Campfires or Open Fires
Snapshot Description
Point A nice halfway rest point or overnight campsite
Point Shady and comfortable area with no rocks or scrubs
Point Open area with plenty of space, but only a few cleared tent pads
Point Quiet, in the middle of nowhere.
Links & Additional Info
Section 6
 
Campground Rocky Gully Campsite
Tent pads with toilet in the background
Campsite water tank
Tent pad
Tent pad with pathway to water tank
Rating Good
Designation Campground Designated (official) campsite
Campsite Facilities Campsite/CampgroundWaterToiletrsNo Campfires
Water Tank Water Yes- Tank
Capacity 5-6 tents
Camping Fees None
Campsite Access Trail Access Only
Maps & GPS Data Shown on Trail Maps External Link
Restrictions No Fires Strictly No Campfires or Open Fires
Snapshot Description
Point Great halfway overnight campsite
Point Biggest bonus is the water tanks
Point Can be a bit dusty and scrappy. Located in the open.
Point Tent pads are all solid ground.
Links & Additional Info
Section 6
 
Campground Ellery Creek Campsite (Trailhead Area)
Campsite signage
Campsite
Main area shelter and furniture
Food storage room
Rating Average
Designation Campground Designated (official) campsite
Main Visitor Area TrailheadPark & Trail InformationCampsite/CampgroundWaterToiletrsShelterParkingTables, Chairs and/or Tent PadsGas BBQFood StorageNo Campfires
Campsite Facilities Campground Tent Pads only
Water Tank Water Yes- Tank - Main Visitor Area
Capacity 9-10 tents
Camping Fees Yes - $5.00 per person
Campsite Access Main Park Visitation Area. Access by road.
Maps & GPS Data Shown on Trail Maps External Link
Restrictions No Fires Strictly No Campfires or Open Fires
Snapshot Description
Point Located on a sandy creek bed. Plenty of room.
Point Located close to main visitor parking area. Can be very busy and noisy
Point Campsite is in full view of main visitor driveway
Point Optional camping on banks of waterhole. Open to visitors as well.
Links & Additional Info
Section 6 | S7 Trailhead - Ellery Creek
 
 
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