Mulga Dam Camping Area, Greater Bendigo NP
Item Code: GFVIC05
Mulga Dam Camping Area, Greater Bendigo National Park is a small scrubby bush camp a short distance north of Bendigo. The site is FREE.
Mulga Dam Camping Area, Greater Bendigo National Park is a small scrubby bush camp a short distance north of Bendigo. It has a fire pit, picnic table but not much else.This part of the park is popular with hiking and trail bike riding and there are several walks that are accessed from the site. The area was also heavily mined during the gold rush and prospectors still try their luck in the area today. A permit for prospecting is required. The Dam like the nearby Rush Dam Camp, is more or less a puddle for most of the year and provides little in the way of a scenic back drop. The site is FREE.
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Getting there: North East of Bendigo take Bendigo-Tennyson Rd from the Midland Hwy. The site can be accessed from Bendigo-Tennyson Rd turning onto camp Rd a short distance south of Elmore-Raywood Rd or from Elmore-Raywood Rd off Millwood Rd about 1km west of Bendigo-Tennyson Rd. Note: The sites are not well signed. -36.498859, 144.373157
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