Iron Pot Creek camping area

Camping fee Disabled Information No dogs/pets No rubbish disposal Picnic area Picnic shelter Ranger Special campsite Toilets Vehicle-based camping Wood fireplace Walking trails

Rest in the dappled shade of flooded gums at this spacious, grassed camping area. There’s a 750 m loop track leading to Iron Pot Creek; a night walk with a torch may reveal possums, native mice and gliders. To get here, follow Afterlee Dr from Kyogle for about 35 km and turn onto Toonumbar Forest Dr. Iron Pot Creek camping area is signposted along Murray Scrub Rd. Bring your own firewood and drinking water.


Who to contact: NPWS Kyogle (02) 6632 0000

This campsite is located in Toonumbar National Park

Two World Heritage–listed rainforests, Murray Scrub and Dome Mountain, are contained within this park, 35 km north-west of Kyogle. It’s a landscape rich with tropical and subtropical rainforest and a number of rare and threatened animals, including the sooty owl and red-necked pademelon. Access for 2WD vehicles in dry weather only. The land is co-managed by NPWS and the Githabul people.

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