Nebine Creek Camping Area
Nebine Creek Camping Area, situated within the scenic Culgoa Floodplain National Park, offers a serene and rustic camping experience amidst the Australian outback.
Facilities & Amenities
Suitable For Camper Trailer
Suitable For Tents
1) Open fires: allowed (except when fires bans apply) in fire rings only. Fuel stoves are recommended.
2) Generators: prohibited.
Things to know
Access to Nebine Creek Camping Area is limited to 4WD vehicles only. High clearance off-road camper trailers are permitted, but it's important to note that this camping area is not accessible for caravans or buses due to the rough terrain. Nebine Creek Camping Area does not have separately defined camping sites. It is an open area where campers can set up their tents beside their vehicles or camper trailers. The ground at this camping area consists of dirt, which is typical of many outback camping sites. Basic facilities are limited at Nebine Creek Camping Area. There are no amenities such as toilets or showers, so campers should be prepared to practice Leave No Trace principles and bring their own supplies. Campfires are allowed at this camping area, but there are conditions that apply. Visitors must use designated fire rings, and fires are prohibited during fire bans. It's recommended to bring a fuel stove for cooking as an alternative. The use of generators is prohibited at Nebine Creek Camping Area to maintain a peaceful and natural camping environment. When planning a stay at Nebine Creek Camping Area, campers should bring essential items such as drinking water, rubbish bags to pack out their waste, insect repellent, a first-aid kit, vehicle spare parts (for those arriving in 4WDs), and extra supplies of drinking water, food, and fuel since this is a remote location. It's important to note that mobile phone coverage is not available at this camping area, so campers should be prepared for limited or no connectivity during their stay.
This camping area is characterized by its open setting shaded by coolibah trees and its proximity to a billabong. The shade provided by the coolibah trees offers a respite from the sun and creates a pleasant ambiance for camping. Bird enthusiasts will particularly enjoy this location, as it provides an ideal opportunity for bird watching.