Coombadjha camping area

Camping fee Day use fee Drinking water Information No dogs/pets No rubbish disposal Non-vehicle camping Picnic area Ranger Toilets Wood fireplace Cycling Swimming Walking trails

To get to this camping area, turn off the Gwydir Hwy onto unsealed Coachwood Dr and follow the road to the end. It’s a short walk from car to tent. There are toilets and picnic tables and water in the creek (boil/treat before using, or bring drinking water). The medium–difficult Washpool Walk (8.5 km return, 3.5–5 hr) leaves from here, passing through several types of forest and crossing Coombadjha Creek.


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

This campsite is located in Washpool National Park

World Heritage–listed Washpool National Park is an area of remote wilderness and magnificent warm temperate rainforest. It lies high on the northern tablelands, an expansive plateau that reaches almost 1200 m. Visitors can camp on the park’s southern perimeter and enjoy shorter walks, while the more intrepid can trek into the interior.

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