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Abercrombie Caves Campground

2795, Abercrombie River
New South Wales, Australia

Well established camping areas with ammenity blocks with hot showers
A great spot for a family trip. From exploring the caves, swimming near the waterfall in the creek that runs through the camp grounds or fishing for trout. This is a very popular campground in peak times. Cave Tours There are guided tours through the caves (Archway, Bushrangers, Grove, Cathedral and King Solomons Temple) or you can explore on your own using information provided at the visitor centre. Walking Tracks Grove Creek Falls walking track This walking track takes you through bushland alongside the picturesque Grove Creek, and finishes with dramatic views of the Grove Creek Falls. Stand at the lookout and watch the tranquil waters of the Grove Creek tumble over a sheer cliff and fall some 70 metres to the rocks below. For day-trippers or those with limited time, you can also reach the falls by road. Pack a picnic and thermos and enjoy a tasty sandwich and hot cuppa as you admire the magnificent waterfalls. Stroll back along the creek and enjoy birdwatching along the way. You're bound to see plenty of colourful parrots and rosellas as you wander back to the visitor centre. And if you are a keen angler, don't forget your fishing gear. There are plenty of great spots along the way to throw a line and try your luck fishing for rainbow trout. Mount Gray walking track Take a journey back in time on Mount Gray walking track, when hopeful gold miners braved the remote bush conditions in their quest for fortune. You'll wander through undulating bushland on this medium grade walk to visit the place of a gold-mining community from the 1880s, listed on the National Estate as a historic heritage site. The machinery and buildings have long-since gone, but the remaining earthworks are a reminder of the past. It was the miners from Mount Gray who built the dance platform inside the Abercrombie Archway. After exploring this historic site, the walk leads down the road to the magnificent Grove Creek Falls. Stand at the lookout and watch the waterfalls of Grove Creek tumble over a sheer cliff to the ravine, 70 metres below.
This campsite is in Abercrombie Karst Conservation Reserve With the largest natural arch in the Southern Hemisphere, this spectacular park protects Abercrombie Caves More Information...

This site is accessable by caravans in good weather.

Getting there
From Bathurst: Drive south on Vale Road which continues into Trunkey Road Continue until you come to the T-intersection at Trunkey Creek and turn left onto Goulburn Road The turnoff to Abercrombie Caves is on your left approximately 13km after the township of Trunkey Creek onto Caves Road From Goulburn: Drive north west from passing the townships of Crookwell and Binda Approximately 10km after the township of Binda turn to the right towards Tuena The turnoff to Abercrombie Caves is on your right approximately 16km after the township of Trunkey Creek onto Caves Road

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