Camping and walking around the hunter valley

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Camping and walking around the hunter valley

Postby Arthur R » Sun Oct 10, 2010 6:35 am

I am new to this forum but have a bit of knowledge of bush camping around the Hunter, Central coast and South coast of NSW. My other great love is bushwalking/backpacking so do most of my camping etc. lightweight usually with a group of others. Hoping to learn more of what folks are up to. Some of my favourite locations are Lake St Clair out of Singleton, Coolah tops, Barringtons and Youngville in Mt Royal National Park. Has anyone else been to any of these locations.

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Re: Camping and walking around the hunter valley

Postby GypsyLady » Mon Oct 11, 2010 11:04 am

Not me Arthur, but I will keep you in mind if I do. WELCOME to the forum from what used to be 'sunny' Qld.

I am begining to wonder if we should consider building an 'ark'....
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Re: Camping and walking around the hunter valley

Postby Lin » Mon Oct 11, 2010 11:39 am

Welcome Arthur. Were abouts are you located?

My favourite playground is the NSW Far South Coast.
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Re: Camping and walking around the hunter valley

Postby Arthur R » Mon Oct 11, 2010 8:49 pm

I am near Toronto on Lake Macquarie just south of Newcastle NSW.
If you are looking for a free campsite on the side of the lake try Myuna Bay on the Toronto /Morisset Rd.
It must be getting a bit known these days as there is more often than not a caravan or camper or two are there when I pass by on the way to work. Only facilities are toilets. Just south is the outlet of Eraring Power Station a very popular place for anglers. It is also within stiking distance of Sydney.
Anyone else live near here.

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