Thomas Boyd Trackhead camping area

Camper trailer Camping fee Caravan access Disabled Dogs allowed Drinking water Gas/electric barbecue No rubbish disposal Picnic area Ranger Toilets Vehicle-based camping Fishing Hiking trails Swimming

Thomas Boyd, a member of the Hume and Hovell expedition, ended up settling in the Tumut region. His namesake campsite is one of the major trackheads on the walking trail. There’s vehicle-based camping available, accessible via Goobarragandra (Lacmalac) Rd. It’s a well-rounded campsite with gas BBQs and picnic tables, drinking water and activities such as swimming and fishing. You can also camp with your dog.

Contact information

Who to contact: Hume and Hovell Walking Track coordinator (02) 6937 2700


Who to contact: Hume and Hovell Walking Track coordinator (02) 6937 2700

This campsite is located in Hume and Hovell Walking Track

This 440 km walking track, stretching from Yass to Albury, follows in the footsteps of explorers Hamilton Hume and William Hovell, who in 1824 journeyed from Appin near Sydney to Port Phillip in Victoria. The entire track takes approximately 21 days to complete, or can be broken up into smaller sections. Note: the track is closed between Wee Jasper and Henry Angel Trackhead due to flooding, which washed away bridges, etc. Work is being undertaken to reopen this section; please check with the track coordinator for updates.

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