Four Mile Camping Reserve

Free Camping - New South Wales

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The Four Mile camping reserve is one of the most popular free camping sites along the Barwon River. The Four Mile is conveniently located a few minutes out of Brewarrina township along the Coolabah and Carinda Road, offering approximately 12 hectares/ 30 acres of river frontage to camp along which provides campers and families peace and quiet in undisturbed space that boasts nature and wildlife.

Whilst immersing yourself into the beauty of Outback NSW, at the Four Mile you could encounter wildlife such as the Kangaroo, Wallaby, Emu, Goanna, Black Cockatoo and Eagles and even an echidna. Facilities include basic toilets, showers (cold), open fire barbecue, Jetty and Boat Ramp all of which are easily accessed from the main sealed road.

The Four Mile Camping Reserve is located six kilometres from the Brewarrina township on the Carinda Road. Facilities include toilets, showers (cold showers only), barbecue facilities, jetty and boat ramp. Arrive via a sealed access road to the camping reserve which is situated on the Barwon River.

This beautiful camping spot along the river is perfect for a relaxing day of fishing, boating or just ambling the day away.


CMCA User
 26/04/2016
There is a toilet and cold showers. I don't know if the water is potable. There are lots of big trees and you have to be careful not to get under huge limbs. The site is not level and its difficult to find a spot that's level in one plane for a motorhome to chock up only on two wheels. Also orange sand has been layed to make a nice base but we have been there after rain and our old front wheel drive motorhome would not have made it out. We were there a couple of days ago and the track at the back of the toilet to the river has been graded and we could get our 28 foot (new) motorhome around to the edge of the river. Wonderful river views plenty of fire wood (at end of the 500 metre camp area) Nice shade but lots of dust. I thought it was fantastic watching the sunset turn the river to gold and drinking a beer around the fire. My wife didn't appreciate it as much as she was all stuffed up with dust induced hay fever. I spent about an hour with the tongs picking up dunny paper (about 4 sh
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