Billabourie Camp, is a river side camp on a working cattle farm. You will find it between Hay and Cobber a few minutes of the Kidman way. Heading off the Kidman Way on to the unsealed road you know it’s going to be an out of the way camp. Although the road is unsealed it nicely graded so no problem for any vehicle.
NOTE: We stayed here before border closures and lock-down!
Billabourie Riverside Park Camping
You know you’re in the right place when you arrive at the farm as you see an old caravan and tractor by the entrance. Driving in you might see the cattle and signs directing you to where you can camp.
Arriving at the large camp area you can pick your own spot. When we arrived a few fisherman were camped by the river with their swags. Others had left there cooking equipment and chairs in place then driven out in their vans for the day.
We chose to hook up to power as our fridge had been playing up. They have a couple of power and water sites so we were happy.
The Camping Area
You can pitch your tent or park your van on any part of the large grass area. Billabourie has some great fire pit/BBQ’s around the place for you to cook on or keep warm. Heaps of trees give lots of shade should you want it.
Some old farm machinery is a cool addition as you walk to the amenities.
Billabourie has wheelchair accessible toilets and showers and a washing machine if you need it. They also have a old rustic camp kitchen with toaster, old BBQ, fridge, microwave and kettle. A bin is also in this area.
- Location : Wallanthery
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- State: NSW
- Pets: Yes
- Camp type : Farm
- Price : $15 un-powered (1 person) $20 Power and water (1 person) $5 per additional person
- Water ? : Yes
- Power ? : Yes only a couple of sites
- Will suit: Most sized vehicles
- Is it on Wikicamps ?: Yes
- Drive time to nearby shops: 15 minutes to
- WIFI (tested with boost): Limited
- Amenities : Toilet, shower
- Other : Washing machine, camp kitchen, old machinery, cows, bin, roos, quiet, river, fishing
- WIFI & Phone Reception – Tested with Boost Mobile: Limited – We use Boost Mobile while travelling around Australia as it has 3G & 4G coverage on the Telstra Mobile network