Wombat Creek campground
When you're ready for a night under the stars, make tracks to walk-in Wombat Creek campground, high in the remote wilderness of Barrington Tops National Park. Due to its isolation, this unique, sub-alpine region is habitat for a range of rare and endangered species; have fun spotting these.
You'll be ready to take a load off and boil the billy when you arrive. Only accessed by walking track, there's a more leisurely path via Careys Peak lookout or the more challenging Corker trail. Either way, this rustic camping spot makes a great base to explore this wild wonderland.
At night, cook up a feast fit for all the bushrangers who've hidden out in these wild hills over the years. Go spotlighting for a chance to see possums as well as greater gliders, wombats and bandicoots.