Mann River, Mann River NR, East of Glen Innes
Item Code: NENSW010
Mann River Nature Reserve, is on the eastern edge of the New England set on the banks of a tranquil river setting.
Mann River Nature Reserve, is on the eastern edge of the New England tablelands, on the banks of a tranquil river setting amongst beautiful mountain views. A great spot to sun yourself on large smooth boulders by crystal clear waters, take in the abundance of wildlife, or explore the picturesque surrounds in clean mountain air.
This large, mostly grassed camp ground provides some shaded spots down by the river and some open sites near the reserve entrance. Great spot to pop a squat for the weekend, an overnight pit stop or even a picnic, not far from Glen Innes.
Note: Fishing may be restricted during the months of August, September and October to protect endangered Eastern Codd breeding in the Mann and Nymboida Rivers.
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Cost: FREE | Bookings are not available at this campground.
Getting there: Take Gwydir Highway west 125km from Grafton or east 37km from Glen Innes. Take the signed Old Grafton Road and drive for approximately 2km before descending 14km to the base of Big Hill, here you'll find the campsite. Note: You can drive the convict built (unsealed) Old Grafton road for about 130km from Grafton. Recommended for 4WD...watch the cows. -29.688813, 152.101560
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