WARRI CAMPING RESERVE
NUMBER OF CAMPSITES: 100+
NEW SOUTH WALES, AUSTRALIA
GPS: -35.343800, 149.737902
THE VIBE: 7.5
Located 100km east of Canberra in south east New South Wales, Warri Camping Reserve is located around a ten minute drive from the small town of Braidwood. Warri Camping Reserve offers all the benefits of a camping ground next to a river, including fishing and kayaking. Although the area is a road side stop, the serenity and space makes it more like a campground.
The Warri Camping Reserve camping ground is very easy to access. The camping ground is located 14km north of Braidwood along the Kings Highway, with the campground just off the highway. The road into the camping ground is a gravel road but can easily be accessed by a two wheel drive and caravan.
The camping ground offers over one hundred individual campsites. Due to the plethora of good options, no space seems to jump out as the actual "Best Spot".
Given the location of the Warri Camping Reserve campground, it offers numerous activities. Activities available for campers include fishing and kayaking in the river, however swimming and boating is advised against. There is also ample space for ball games.
Best Time To Go
Although the campground is located near the river, there is really no "Best Time" to visit this location.