The maximum number of stays at any of these sites is once per week. Council officers routinely visit camping areas to check on how long people have stayed. If it is found that campers are not complying with this policy campers will be asked to move on. Those who do not comply may be evicted from the camping area.
In order to protect the comfort of local residents and other visitors it is asked that all campers keep their site clean and tidy and not behave in an unruly manner. Please do not set up your camp (whether in a campervan or tent) in a way that restricts public use or access to any fixture of fittings. This includes any structure, pole, gazebo, barbeque, fence, tap, table, seat, etc. which has been provided for the use and enjoyment of all.
Beware of Crocodiles in the river, the warning signs posted for a good reason. Also Note: The bridge which has a 5-tonne weight limit. There is a free camp time limit of 48 hours.
This is a popular spot with very good amenities provided by the local council. You should pop a donation at the visitors centre, to help offset the cost of running the hot showers and free drinking water.
They hold a Fishing comp on the June long weekend. this is a low cost camp site. There is asphalt all the way to the weir, and plenty of space once you get there. BRING Your own Water and Timber. and Long power leads.