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Located at the border with South Australia, this is a lovely area indeed for outing, camping, canoeing, kayaking... with the lovely Glenelg River running past it! Glenelg River is very popular here looking at how well equipped it is with platforms, camp sites....
Staying at Pritchards in the newer side in site 16 which has stairs directly in front leading to one of the 2 jettys in this side of the ground. Stunning location. Really peaceful. Lots of wildlife. Amazing part of the river.
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This area is such a positive to access the very impressive Glenelg River at various points along its meandering passage. We explored various points from which to launch our kayak and travel either up or downstream. There is very easy access to an area known...More
A canoe trip from Moleside to Nelson, and we only touched the surface. A great park throughout with good facilities. I did wonder about the use of wood fires though in summer, especially in the park. But all seemed to be safe. Will be back.
We camped at Pritchard. Great site split in two parts. 1 to 10 is a bit older with more trees. Newer part 11 to 20 has bigger sites with numbers 16 to 20 large with recently planted trees. Each with wood BBQ and picnic table....More
Lower Glenelg National Park is located in the far south-west corner of Victoria, very close to the South Australian border a good 4-4.5 hours away from Melbourne. My wife and I chose the Wilson Hall campground to spend time over Christmas last year. The National...More
We should have spent more time here. We wandered around for a while after seeing the Princess Margaret Rose caves and ended up going for one of the small walks along the lake. Looking at the map, there are a series of walks ranging in...More
For anyone travelling from Melbourne to Adelaide, an overnight stop or a week's camping is well worth the detour. Camping spots next to the Glenelg River have flush toilets. Sites need to be pre booked through "parkstay.vic". The birdlife is prolific and there are kangaroos,...More
To my understanding from the google search, it is in Gregory National Park on the Victoria Highway in Northern Territory. Limestone Gorge Campground is one of the campsites along the 4WD track within Judbarra/Gregory... More
To my understanding from the google search, it is in Gregory National Park on the Victoria Highway in Northern Territory. Limestone Gorge Campground is one of the campsites along the 4WD track within Judbarra/Gregory National Park. Hope this helps