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    Weekend in Brindabella NP.

    Hi all, a weekend trip we did in early September.

    It was my birthday, and I was in the mood for finding somewhere new, and in low range. A few hours south of Sydney, or a stoneís throw from Canberra; Brindabella National Park looms, ready for the explorer and escapist alike.

    https://rlhydnoverland.com/weekend-b...national-park/

    Campgrounds
    Flea Creek
    Access: Gentle Annie or Webbs Ridge Trail, towing discouraged
    Cost: Free
    Dogs Allowed: No
    Facilities: Toilet, fire rings, Creek frontage



    McIntyres Hut
    Access: McIntyres Trail via Waterfall and Webbs Ridge Trail, access not recommended for towing
    Cost: Free
    Dogs Allowed: No
    Facilities: Large area, shade, shelter hut, river frontage, Toilets



    Coree
    Access: Two Sticks Road
    Cost: Free
    Dogs Allowed: No
    Facilities: small shady area, located at base of Mount Coree, Toilet, main road access



    More information:

    https://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au...-national-park

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    A great area to explore, I agree about not towing into McIntyre’s. We did down the way you went. I’m glad it wasn’t wet!

    There wasn’t toilets when we went there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Touring Rich View Post
    A great area to explore, I agree about not towing into McIntyre’s. We did down the way you went. I’m glad it wasn’t wet!

    There wasn’t toilets when we went there.
    When researching the area we learnt the toilets are fairly new.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monaro327 View Post
    When researching the area we learnt the toilets are fairly new.
    I was talking g with a fellow member only recently about heading back there one day.
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    Iíve visited the Brindies at least 2-3 times in my 4bying days and absolutely love the Brindies.
    Close enough to Sydney for us to visit and explore and enjoy.
    Thanks for sharing
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    It is a great area. Want to go back and explore some more.

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    Nice blog mate! I liked your video of Blue Rag too
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    Thanks mate, need to get the other video done .

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    Thank that was a good read

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2Lost View Post
    Thank that was a good read
    Thanks mate.

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