Tin Mines Campground

Last Updated Aug 2014

Tin Mines has toilets Tin Mines has water available Tin Mines has picnic fireplaces There are bbqs available at Tin Mines There are picnic tables available at Tin Mines

4wd access only campground in Woomargama National Park.

The campground is open and grassy with sheltered picnic tables and long drop toilets. There is also a small water tank and fireplaces.

As the name says, this was the location of an old tin mine with lots of remains of the mining heritage to be found scattered throughout the bush.

Facilities and activities at Tin Mines

Number of sites:


Camping Fees:


We have no information available on how to book this site.

How to book:

No Bookings can be made for Tin Mines Campground


Longdrop or composting


Not allowed

Water Availability:

There is usually drinking water available at this campsite. Please take care, it may still be advisable to boil water before drinking.

Camp fires:

Fires may be allowed in built fire places. Please check local fire bans and rules.


Wood barbeques are available. Bring firewood and check firebans.


There are no known swimming spots at this campsite.


There is no fishing at or near this campsite.

Picnic Tables:


Horse Riding:


Canoeing / Kayaking:

There is no canoeing or kayaking at or near this campsite

More Information


Location information for Tin Mines


4wd only access.

Getting there

Tin Mines campground is located in the western section of Woomargama National Park. To get there from Albury:

Travel north on Hume Highway

Take the Woomargama exit

Turn right into Tunnel Road and travel about 10km to the park boundary

Turn left onto Tin Mines trail and travel approx 20km to the campground

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