Details on 131 campsites within 100km of Knockwood Reserve,

Knockwood Reserve Campground

Last Updated Sep 2017 by supergrover82 | Originally suggested by Peter

Knockwood Reserve has toilets Knockwood Reserve has water available There are areas available in Knockwood Reserve for horse riding Pets allowed in Knockwood Reserve

Unfortunately has been closed indefinitely.

See notes here for more information.

A pleasant, large, level, grassed (slashed) flat beside the bubbling Gaffneys Creek. Shaded by Alpine Ash, Peppermint, Blackwood and wattles.

On the National Bicentennial Horse Trail although little sign of horses. Not as popular as other Upper Goulburn sites - possibly because of limited fishing.

Rated 4/5

Facilities and activities at Knockwood Reserve

Number of sites:


Camping Fees:

Free camping


This is a free camping area.

How to book:

No bookings required


Longdrop or composting


Pets are allowed with conditions

Water Availability:

Non-potable water may be available. Boil all water for at least 10 minutes before drinking.

Camp fires:

It is not known if fires are allowed in this campground.


No bbqs are provided.


There are no known swimming spots at this campsite.


There is no fishing at or near this campsite.

Picnic Tables:

Picnic tables are not provided at this camsite

Horse Riding:


Canoeing / Kayaking:

There is no canoeing or kayaking at or near this campsite

More Information

Location information for Knockwood Reserve


This campsite is accessable with regular 2wd vehicles.

Getting there

Just south of Knockwood Reserve the Mansfield-Woods Point Rd narrows and starts to climb steeply with many sharp bends - not recommended for caravans or large rigs.

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