Last Updated Jan 2014 | Originally suggested by c.j.b
A small rustic shelter dedicated for BNT travellers.
The Bicentennial National Trail is Australia's longest specified Horse trekking trail (with cyclists and bushwalkers getting in on the act), and the local community at Sandy Hills keeps a small shelter for BNT travelers to use.
The shelter is a corrugated tin shack, with bed-bases for unrolling a swag and a fireplace. It's not really place for city-slickers in motorized transport to park for the night (try the nearby Crooked Creek Rest Area), but is near-perfect for the rest of us 'alternative' travelers.
This is a free camping area.
No toilets available at this campsite
It is not known if there is water available at this campsite
Fires may be allowed in built fire places. Please check local fire bans and rules.
No bbqs are provided.
It is not known if there are any swimming holes near this campsite.
It is not known if there are any fishing spots near this campsite.
Picnic tables are not provided at this camsite
It is not known if there are any canoeing or kayaking spots near this campsite.
This campsite is accessable with regular 2wd vehicles.
Easily visible from the Bruxner highway, about 1 kilometre east of the road bridge.
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