Kings Plains Creek camping area
A broad, sweeping grassed area ringed with ironbark woodlands, this camping area can be reached via Jindalee Rd from Kings Plains Rd west of Wellingrove. Turn west about 2.5 km from Jindalee. There’s a short walk from your car to the campsites, which are set out along the edge of a waterhole in a bend in Kings Plains Creek. This is a very pleasant place in the late afternoon, with the forest behind and the sun setting over the water to the west. The access road is 2WD during dry weather only. Bring your own drinking water and firewood.
Who to contact: NPWS Glen Innes (02) 6739 0700
This campsite is located in Kings Plains National Park
One of the lesser known parks in the New England tablelands, Kings Plains is a wild and rugged region 50 km north-west of Glen Innes via Wellingrove and 48 km north-east of Inverell. Still pools, waterfalls, rapids and creeks make a beautiful backdrop for bushwalking and wildlife-watching.
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