Six Mile Creek camping area

Camper trailer Disabled Drinking water Free Information No dogs/pets No rubbish disposal Picnic area Toilets Vehicle-based camping Wood fireplace Lookout Scenic drives Swimming Walking trails

As you follow the Tantawangalo Mountain Rd to this campsite, you can inform your companions you’re travelling on a road originally constructed more than 150 years ago. Six Mile Creek is a refreshing and scenic place to swim or picnic, and there’s an easy 300 m return walk to a viewing platform over Tantawangalo Creek. Note: there are only 4 sites here, with limited space for trailers. If you’re going to use the water in the creek, boil or treat it before drinking. Bring firewood.


Who to contact: NPWS Bombala (02) 6458 4080

This campsite is located in South East Forests National Park

South East Forests National Park sprawls across undulating hills and rugged, mountainous terrain, with tracts of precious old-growth forest, flowering heathlands, massive granite tors, tumbling waterfalls, fern-filled gullies and rare and threatened plant and animal species. Access throughout the park is on fire roads, which can become slippery in the rain. Devils Crossing on the Cattlemans Link Trail involves a water crossing of Tantawangalo Creek. Its southern boundary abuts the Victorian border.

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