Swans Crossing

Free Camping - New South Wales

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About a 20 minute drive from Kew (halfway between Taree and Kempsey) is Swans Crossing. Popular with locals and visitors alike, this camping and picnic area in Kerewong State Forest is set on former farmland. 

The Swan family ran a dairy and beef property on the site for many years, including clearing the forest and establishing grasses for the stock. This continued until 1964 when the area became State forest. The area is now surrounded by regenerated native forest and hardwood plantations. 

Swimming is also popular in the nearby shallows of Upsalls Creek. Longworths Tramway Heritage Walk is located a short drive away, with other walking trails leading off from the site. 

Caravans and Campervans are welcome, but no power is available.  Here you will find toilets, water, picnic tables, BBQ's and pets are allowed.

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 21/07/2019
Beautiful spot. Very clean toilets. Large area.
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