Budds Mare camping area
The view of Apsley River at Budds Mare is one of the highlights of the national park; to get here, follow Moona Plains Rd off the Oxley Hwy. There’s a difficult 7 km walking track from the picnic shelter to the Riverside visitor area – it’s very steep in places, and you’ll need to camp at Riverside, organise a pick-up (4WD access only, permit required) or prepare for a strenuous 6 hr, 14 km return walk. Bring your own drinking water to the camping ground and firewood.
Who to contact: NPWS Walcha (02) 6777 4700 or Apsley Motors (02) 6777 2755 for Apsley Falls camping area, Budds Mare camping area, Riverside camping area, Tia Falls camping area, Youdales Hut camping area; NPWS Armidale (02) 6738 9100 for Dangars Gorge camping area, Green Gully camping area, Long Point camping area How to book: NPWS Armidale (02) 6738 9100 for East Kunderang Homestead
This campsite is located in Oxley Wild Rivers National Park
Oxley Wild Rivers National Park, much of it World Heritage listed, is a stunning environment of majestic gorges, deeply incised river valleys and powerful waterfalls plunging over formidable escarpments on the eastern side of the Great Divide. The park encompasses 2 wilderness areas: Apsley Macleay Gorges and Kunderang Wilderness.
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