Mann River Nature Reserve camping area

Camper trailer Free Information No dogs/pets Picnic area Toilets Vehicle-based camping Wood fireplace Cycling Fishing Hiking trails Lookout Scenic drives Swimming Walking trails

A picturesque and grassy space by the Mann River, this camping area is a top spot to kick back and relax. There are beautiful views from 1015 m Tommys Rock Lookout (4WD access only), named after a well-known Aboriginal bushman. It’s a hard walk, however, so only take it on if you’re fit (or in a 4WD). The Old Glen Innes–Grafton Rd is a scenic, winding 180 km route with a history dating back to the 1800s. Note: parts of this road are unsealed.


Who to contact: NPWS Glen Innes (02) 6739 0700

This campsite is located in Mann River Nature Reserve

This is northern NSW at its best: quiet, lusciously green, fertile and mountainous terrain embellished with rivers and creeks. The nature reserve is accessed via the Old Glen Innes–Grafton Rd, 48 km east of Glen Innes and 129 km west of Grafton. Note: sections of this road are unsealed and steep.

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