Fort Grey camping area
On the road to Cameron Corner from Tibooburra, on roads that are unsealed and only accessible in dry weather, this campground is near the ephemeral Lake Pinaroo, providing terrific birdwatching when the lake is filled with water. There’s an informative nature walk starting at the campground and leading to the lake. Wood fires are not permitted, but there are gas/electric BBQs. Cameron Corner, 30 km away, has basic meals and accommodation.
Who to contact: NPWS Tibooburra (08) 8091 3308
This campsite is located in Sturt National Park
Sturt National Park is one of Australia’s driest, most remote national parks. It’s a sea of sand, seemingly endless gibber plains, red rock and mulga bushes. Lake Pinaroo, near Fort Grey in the park’s east, was placed on the Ramsar list in 1996 – when it fills it is a significant refuge for large numbers of waterbirds and waders.
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