The Beach camping area
This is a beautiful, quiet spot next to the Abercrombie River. The small campsite is sheltered on a bend in the river, deep in the valley. A short stroll upstream is a deep calm pool where you may be lucky enough to spot a platypus. Access is 4WD only along the Abercrombie Fire Trail via Arkstone or Emden Vale. There’s water in the river, but you’ll need to boil or treat it first. Bring your own firewood.
Who to contact: NPWS Oberon (02) 6336 1972
This campsite is located in Abercrombie River National Park
Abercrombie River National Park protects the largest tract of low open forest in the south-west central tablelands. Its 3 rivers are punctuated by deep waterholes suitable for swimming, fishing and paddling. The park is 40 km south of Oberon and 60 km north of Goulburn. The main access is via Arkstone Rd, from the Goulburn–Oberon Rd. Access throughout the park is on fire trails that, while not technically challenging, are very steep in some places and could be difficult if it rains.
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