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Burrowye Reserve Campground

3709, Burrowye
Victoria, Australia

A large river-side reserve, with a grassed open paddock by the road and tiered river flats by the river where white trunked Manna Gums, willow and wattle provide some shade to grassed sites.
Features long pebbly river beaches and a pleasant rural outlook. The lower river flats are not visible from the little used road 300m away. May be crowded over holiday periods. Cattle and/or seep may be grazed to keep the grass down. Caution: Very fast flowing river suitable ONLY for strong swimmers. Minors should not be allowed to swim and must be supervised at all times. Recent updates * Lovely spot, with great fishing (permit required) * Take care in rainy times as area can flood * Don't miss the Hume Weir dam and Bethanga Bellbridge * Fires permitted when no restrictions, bring your own firewood. * Cattle are present, but don't cause a major concern. * If fishing, you need a NSW fishing licence. See for more information

This campsite is accessable with regular 2wd vehicles.

Getting there
On the Murray River north east of Mt Lawson. Access from Wodonga: East 55k on the Murray Valley Hwy [B400], left (north) 51k on the Murray River Road [C546] (25.5k west of Walwa, 2k west of Guys Forest Rd junction (Burrowye)). The entrance is not obvious - fenced with a farm gate (and a red CFA "W" arrow opposite), the State Parks sign is down the access track (sandy, firm).

Characteristics campsite


Swim in natural water

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