Samuel Bollard camping area (walk-in camping)
Samuel Bollard was one of Hovell’s servants. This is a walk-in only campsite on the Hume and Hovell Walking Track. Set amid eucalypts, it is 12 km south-east of Woomargama and 28 km west of Tin Mines campsite. Bring your own drinking water.
Who to contact: Hume and Hovell Walking Track coordinator (02) 6937 2700
This campsite is located in Woomargama National Park
Woomargama National Park is the largest protected area west of the Great Dividing Range in south-eastern NSW and has wonderful views over the Murray River, Riverina and South West Slopes regions. It is a haven for a large number of threatened and endangered species, such as the regent honeyeater, superb parrot, powerful owl, Booroolong frog and carpet python. It is an ideal place for bushwalking, birdwatching, 4WD touring and motorcycling. It’s only 4WD access during dry weather (not accessible when wet).
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