Warrabah camping area

Camping fee Disabled Information No dogs/pets No rubbish disposal Picnic area Ranger Toilets Vehicle-based camping Wood fireplace Canoeing Cycling Fishing Swimming

Hiking, swimming, fishing and canoeing are possible at this campground, on the Namoi River beside the park’s southern boundary. Campers are asked to stick to numbered campsites. For those seeking some bush solitude, a 4WD track leaving from the camping area gives access to a number of secluded spots along the river. To get here, follow Namoi River Rd 35 km north-east of Manilla. Bring drinking water and firewood.


Who to contact: NPWS Armidale (02) 6738 9100

This campsite is located in Warrabah National Park

The Namoi River winds its way through the heart of this tranquil park and is the focus of most activities including canoeing, floating on li-los, swimming and fishing. Giant granite boulders, the river’s deeply incised valley and the park’s relatively remote location contribute to its charm.

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