Geehi Flats Campground - Kosciuszko National Park

National Park - New South Wales


**Please note:  due to the steep & winding unsealed road, large caravans are not suitable here.  Snow chains are required after snow as well.** 

Get the best of all the wild worlds at Geehi Flats campground. The site is immersed in spectacular montane forest on the banks of Swampy Plains River, which really allows you to connect to nature.

Take a walk, bike ride or saddle up the horse – there are many trails in the area, including the Bicentennial trail.  There are also some historic stone huts in the vicinity, and the river is ideal for some swimming, tubing, or kayaking. Bring your artificial lures and flies, because fly fishing for rainbow and brown trout is a popular pastime here.

Even relaxing around the campground can be incredibly rewarding. Geehi is home to eastern grey kangaroos who graze nearby all day, as well as large numbers of wombats. Between June and September, you’ll even see babies with their mums grazing around the campground. As it gets close to dark, you might see shy red-necked and swamp wallabies, as well as possums.

Activities: walking, birdwatching, picnicking, playing and socialising, horse riding, mountain biking, fishing

Getting there: Geehi campground is in the southern area of Kosciuszko National Park. To get there:

  • From Khancoban, turn left onto Alpine Way and continue along this road for 36km. Turn right into Geehi Flats campground, just before the bridge.
  • From Jindabyne, travel west along Kosciuszko Road for 3km then turn left on to Alpine Way. Continue for 78km, cross the bridge at Swampy Plains River, and turn left into Geehi Flats campground.

Facilities: picnic tables, wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), non-flush toilets, fire rings (bring your own firewood), carpark

Great campsite, plenty of space, beautiful scenery and river activities. ????

This is one of my favourite camping spots , in summer floating down the river on an air bed can while away hours & in the cooler months the snow capped mountains provide the perfect setting for bushwalking. A campfire at night is always a great finish to the day. Composting toilets are the only facilities however they are some of the best I've seen,the solar powered extraction fans work well. You need to take your own water however we found the river water fine for cooking & showers.

We have stayed at Geehi twice & it's one of our favourite camps,in summer floating down the river on an air bed can take up hours and is very relaxing. In the cooler months the snow covered main range provides a stunning backdrop for bushwalking. The only facilities are composting toilets however these are well maintained & the solar powered exhaust fan works well. Each site has a fire pit etc. You need to be self sufficient as regards water & wood however the river water is quite suitable for bathing & cooking.
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