Yarrangobilly Village Campground

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Yarrangobilly Village – Camping Area

The Yarrangobilly Village Camping Area in the Kosciusko National Park is located around 55 Km from Tumut on the Great Alpine Way at the crossing of the Yarrangobilly River as you head towards Adaminaby.

Two camping areas are available on either side of the highway and stretch out along the picturesque foreshore of the upper reaches of the Yarangobilly River.

This is a moderately sized campground with plenty of flat open space suitable for the largest motor homes and caravans.

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Access is via good all weather gravel roads leading directly off the Great Alpine Way.

Pit toilets are provided but they are un-serviced so loo paper is essential.

Simple formal metal constructed wood fire barbecues and the odd fire place with swingarm and billy hangers occur at most camp sites and there are a few picnic tables scattered throughout the camping area.

Drinking quality water is available from the Yarangobilly River here, however it is advisable to boil before consumption.

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Small trout are abundant in the river along this section of the campground however better fishing can be found both up and downstream of this location on the Yarangobilly River.

There is no phone reception at this site.

This free campsite is a great staging point for planning a visit to the nearby Yarangabilly Caves (some 10 Kms further along the Great Alpine Way heading towards Adaminaby) or other adventures into the Kosciusko National Park especially if you are entering the Park from the Mount Selwyn access just up from the Old Kiandra Goldfields.

This is a gorgeous spot and is well worth a night or too if you’re adventuring in this part of Australia’s High Country.

I hope you enjoy your visit.


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