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Newtons Crossing


There is a nice spot just off the Hwy.to stop,or you can turn off the hwy.to the crossing.

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What district of NSW is Newtons Crossing. Looks like a nice spot.

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directory.fullrangecamping.com.au/item/newtons-crossing-picnic-area-yambulla-state-forest-fc/


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It is a shame it doesn't look like that at the moment. the bush fires went through there in 2019-2020.
the camping area is still closed.

From the Forests NSW website. YAMBULLA Open Note Newtons Crossing and Allan Brooke Rest Area remain closed.

Was one of my favourite camp spots.

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It would be virtually impossible to get a decent sized caravan into the main Newton's Crossing campground & too tight to turn around.
Overhanging branches would cause havoc.
It's more tent & camper trailer territory.
Nearest caravan, motorhome free camp would be Scrubby Creek, back on the Princess Hwy.
Or the Imlay Creek Rest Area for an overnighter.

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