Burrumbuttock Primitive Camping Ground

Burrumbuttock Primitive Camping Ground is a low-cost camping option for visitors to the Burrumbuttock district. The camping ground is located at the Burrumbuttock Hall, where visitors can stay for 48 hours with an unpowered site.

The camping grounds are just a short stroll from the main street of Burrumbuttock, where you can find a general store and post office and the local hotel, The Farmers Inn.

Spend some time exploring Burrumbuttock. There are heritage signs dotted across the town and surrounds where you can find out more about the area and its history. Or experience the award winning Wirraminna Environmental Education Centre and explore the local flora and fauna.



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