Chaelundi camping area

Camper trailer Camping fee Disabled Drinking water Information No dogs/pets Picnic area Ranger Toilets Vehicle-based camping Wood fireplace Canoeing Hiking trails Lookout Nature walk Scenic drives Swimming Walking trails

The burbling Chaelundi Creek, next to this small campground, is home to the rare New England tree frog, and echidnas and glossy black cockatoos will also occasionally make an appearance. A short walk leads to Chaelundi Falls; from there it’s 1.5 km to Chaelundi Bluff, which offers excellent views across the valley. To get to the campground, follow the Armidale–Grafton Rd from Dundurrabin and turn onto Sheep Station Creek Rd, then Chaelundi and Misty Creek rds. It’s a short walk from the parking area to tent sites. Bring your own drinking water or boil/treat water from the creek; bring a gas/fuel stove.


Who to contact: Dorrigo Rainforest Centre (02) 6657 2309

This campsite is located in Guy Fawkes River National Park

Guy Fawkes National Park in the state’s north-east is a rugged landscape of mountain ranges, sheer gorges and narrow valleys. Well-equipped bushwalkers can get off the beaten track, but there is also vehicle access to campsites, waterfalls and picnic venues. Bushwalking, canoeing, rock climbing and wildlife-watching are key activities.

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