On our way east from Armidale we ventured down Waterfall Way. Unfortunately we didn’t get to explore all of the beautiful sights along the way as it was freshly burnt and all National Parks were closed.
When we pulled into Dorrigo, the lush greenery was very welcome! We loved our night camping at the Dorrigo Showground and even contemplated staying for another one.
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Dorrigo Showground Camping
💲 Unpowered $20 | Powered $30 (pay at Ray White in town)
⛺️ Tents, Camper Trailers, Caravans, RVs, Big Rigs
🐶 Dogs allowed
🚻 Flushing toilets
🚿 Showers ($1 for 4 minutes)
💧 Drinking water
⚡️ Power (if you choose)
🗑 Rubbish bins
🌳 Shady trees
📶 Telstra reception
📺 TV reception
Travelling with digital maps makes life so much easier. But, it’s always a good idea to still have the good old paper maps on hand. Trust me, you don’t want to find yourself in the middle of no mans land without reception and a map – we’ve been there and it’s not fun!
Also remember to pre download your maps before heading out of areas with reception. Even Telstra doesn’t reach everywhere. Hema have a great range of state and regional maps for all of your Australian travel needs.
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