Iron Pot Creek Campground - Toonumbar National Park

National Park - New South Wales


Suitable for tents only. 

Set among tall flooded gums and shady rainforest trees, beside a pristine creek running over basalt rock, Iron Pot Creek campground offers spacious sites coupled with well-maintained facilities.

It’s fantastic in summer as an alternative to busy coastal areas, especially since there are cool, crystal clear swimming holes. The creek is only a short stroll away through a forest of Bangalow palms and the buttressed roots of rainforest trees.

By day, red-necked pademelons, goannas, carpet pythons and a host of birdlife will be there to greet you when you wake to continue your adventure through this amazing place. By night, as you’re relaxing by the wood barbecues, nocturnal dwellers like frogs, possums and gliders will keep you company.

Beautiful trees and plants are everywhere and they change dramatically through the seasons, making it a wonderful place to visit all year round.

Activities: walking, swimming, fishing, birdwatching, picnicking, playing and socialising

Getting there: Iron Pot campground is in Toonumbar National Park. To get there:

From Kyogle:

  • Leave the Summerland Way and travel west via Kyogle and Murray Scrub Road (35km). Iron Pot Creek campground is at the end of Murray Scrub Road.

  • Via the northern end of the park, take Coxs Road, which leaves the Summerland Way about 8km west of Grevillea to join Toonumbar Forest Drive

  • Continue along Toonumbar Forest Drive until you reach the intersection with Murray Scrub Road

  • Turn right and continue until the end of Murray Scrub Road

Facilities: picnic tables, wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), non-flush toilets, amenities block

Water supply: Tank water is not suitable for drinking. Please bring your own drinking water.

Bookings: Bookings are not available for this campground

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