MAMANGA CAMPGROUND is in Yanga National Park, 5 minutes south of Balranald in NSW.
This is a beautiful camp on the banks of the Murrumbidgee River and we were lucky enough to have it all to ourselves!
Mamanga Camp Road, Balranald NSW
$6 booking fee and you pay online at NSW National Parks.
**fees current at the time of this post
Plenty of space to spread out along the river. There is actually two sections to this camping area. The sign suggests tent camping to the left and caravans to the right but I’m not sure it really matters, there is plenty of space (we did camp on the right hand side though).
There is a pit toilet however no other facilities.
Check out the listing on WikiCamps!
YANGA WOOLSHED is just a short walk/drive from the campground.
The Woolshed was built in the late 1800s and was once the largest woolshed in the district. The final shearing took place in November 2005. Today, it is open for visitors to wander through and discover the history of the shearing days in the area.
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