Pleasant riverside camp overlooking the winding gorge of the wide and deep lower Glenelg River.
The furthest upstream vehicle accessible site within the Park. Bush setting with reasonable shade from Brown Stringybark Gums. Both sites are level, grassed and reasonably large, separated by shrubs. Kangaroos and emus are common in the surrounding forest. Pit toilet, tank water Spring brings wildflowers and orchids, especially in the Kentbruck Heath area in the east of the Park. In the nearby gullies of the Moleside Creek (picnic ground on Nelson-Winnap Rd) can be found Australia's most westerly tree ferns - an example of the intermixing of western and eastern Australian plants to be found in this Park. Rated at 4.36/5
We have no information available on what vehicles can access this campsite.
Situated on the southern bank of the lower Glenelg River, east of Nelson, north west of Portland. Access from Nelson: East 15k on the Portland-Nelson Rd [C192], left (north-east) 10k on the Winnap-Nelson Rd, left (nor-east) 3k on a unsigned sandy, twisty track to the river.