Shallow Crossing Campground

Last Updated Jan 2017 by Summer

Shallow Crossing has toilets Shallow Crossing has water available Shallow Crossing has picnic fireplaces There are picnic tables available at Shallow Crossing Shallow Crossing has picnic tables You can go fishing at Shallow Crossing There are areas available in Shallow Crossing for horse riding You are able to canoe in Shallow Crossing Pets allowed in Shallow Crossing

Private property on the river.

Both sides of the road available.

Great camping ground, the owner Jim is lovely unless people are doing anything wrong, and he has them move on very fast.

Great for small children, no motor bikes being ridden in the grounds which was great.

Facilities and activities at Shallow Crossing

Number of sites:


Camping Fees:

About $15 per adult per night children over 8 $10


Cashier on site.

How to book:

Pay at the house

02 4478 1183


Longdrop or composting


Pets are allowed with conditions

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:

There are no built fireplaces in this camp ground, however it may be permisable to have a camp fire under certain conditions. Please check local fire restrictions and rules before lighting fires.


No bbqs are provided.


This campsite is near a river or creek that has swimming holes.


There are fishing spots at or near this campsite.

Picnic Tables:


Horse Riding:


Canoeing / Kayaking:

There are canoeing and kayaking spots at or near this campsite

More Information


Location information for Shallow Crossing


This site is accessable by caravans in good weather.

Getting there

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