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Boyd River Camping Area

LPI Kanangra 8930-3S

280 371

Boyd River Camping Area is located at Boyd Crossing, 6 kilometres from Kanangra Walls on the Kanangra Road.

The camping area is well equipped with around 30 sites, fenced vehicle tracks, parking areas, fireplaces, toilets and a large hut.

The hut has a fireplace and 2 large picnic tables.

Many sites are arranged so that you camp beside your vehicle. Some are suitable for caravans and camper trailers.

Usually a quiet place, on some weekends it can be quite crowded.

Camp Site

Kanangra-Boyd National Park (NSW)

Banshea

Westmoreland

Boyd River Camping Area
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Lost Rock
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Morong Creek
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Mt Thurat
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Pindari Top
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The Granites Lookout
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Thurat Tops
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