Millionth Acre Camping & Rest Area

Free Camping - New South Wales

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As the name suggests, the Millionth Acre was established in 1970 to commemorate the millionth acre of radiata pine (Pinus radiata) to be planted in Australia.  Located along Jenolan Caves Road, a short distance from Jenolan Caves, the Millionth Acre offers good picnic facilities.


Today, the area of pine plantation in NSW exceeds 210,000 hectares and provides enough timber to construct about a quarter of the houses built in Australia each year.

CMCA User
 09/03/2019
Nice for a night or two, easy access to Jenolan caves. Minimal phone reception but able to make and receive calls.

CMCA User
 13/10/2019
Basically a paddock on the T intersection, Long drop toilet, Plumbed wash basin was wrecked. Phone reception on Vodaphone & Optus very marginal. No TV reception. Good access to Jenolan Caves. NB - no caravan access to the Caves.
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