Lake Creek Camping Ground - Wadbilliga National Park NSW

A 3-km walk (2 hours return) extends from Cascades carpark to Tuross Falls. There is a new viewing platform 100 metres from the carpark overlooking the Cascades and gorge downstream. You can camp at Lake Creek or Cascades and picnic at Wadbilliga Crossing.
Access Enter Lake Creek and Wadbilliga Crossing from Cobargo via Yowrie and Bourkes roads. Access Cascades from Cooma and Counteganey via Badja Forest Road and Tuross Falls Road.

Nice campsites although accesible by 2wd as well. Floies can be nasty in summer, nice swiming holes around for a cooling dip. This campground is in a bushland setting, next to Lake Creek. You'll need to bring drinking water.
Getting there: From Cobargo, head west on Bourkes Road.

Facilities: picnic tables, wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), non-flush toilets The campsite is accessible by all weather unsealed roads suitable for 2wd vehicles

From Cobargo, drive west along Bourkes Road. Access is also available from Cooma direction.

You will need to walk a short distance from your car to the campsite - no caravans or camper trailers. There are a total of 15 campsites
Need to bring you own drinking water or treat the creek water.
You are not able to book these campsites - first come basis.

Photos on this page were kindly supplied by our roving reporter Ross Bartlett in February 2014.

REGION: > NSW > South Coast > South Coast > Wadbilliga National Park

Contact and Location
Lake Creek Camping Ground
Bourkes Rd - N
Wadbilliga National Park NSW 2545
P: 02 44760800
GPS:S36 15 43,E149 39 22
GPS:S36 15.7297,E149 39.3676

  1. Ross Bartlett  of  Moruya NSW Mon January 13, 2014 at 1:39 PM

    Nice campground,we stayed here in the middle of the week in early January with no one else around although a camper trailer with 5 people showed up on our last day.There is plenty of room and the road in from Cobargo is good.The sites are shady with barbecues scattered throughout and a small swimming hole in the creek a short walk away,not a lot to do but relax and go for a swim or 4 wheel driving through the park if you have one.Plenty of birdlife around and roo's and wombats.
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