Situated at the northern end of the Toolangi State Forest, the Murrindindi Scenic Reserve provides excellent opportunities for recreational activities such as camping, bushwalking, picnicking and fishing. There are numerous campsites located along the river (approx 6 km's).
The Murrindindi River is suitable for bathing and paddling, but is generally not deep enough for swimming or canoeing. Modest fees (charged per car) are payable for camping in the Reserve. Please ensure you purchase your camping permit from the permit box situated near the Suspension Bridge or at the Bull Creek camping area before you set up your camp. Failing to do this may result in a fine. All the revenue raised from these fees is held in a trust fund and reinvested in maintaining the facilities within the Reserve.
Camping is on a first-come first-served basis and no bookings are required, but early arrival may be advisable during peak periods and at popular locations. All campsites have at least a pit toilet. Flushing toilets are located at Suspension Bridge and Bull Creek campsites. Many campsites have properly constructed fire places and picnic tables.
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