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Mother of Ducks Lagoon Nature Reserve

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Very good free camp

We stayed here for 2 nights during the trout festival, we fished in the local trout stocked dam... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Jim B
Excellent Free Camping on the Edge of Wetland Nature Reserve

Very picturesque park on the edge of wetlands with amazing sunset and an abundance of birdlife. A... read more

Reviewed 4 January 2018
Tushfifi D
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1 week ago
“Very good free camp”
3 Jan 2018
“Excellent Free Camping on the Edge of Wetland Nature Reserve”
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Mckie Dr, Guyra, New South Wales 2365, Australia
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We stayed here for 2 nights during the trout festival, we fished in the local trout stocked dam with great success catching 4 rainbow trout and 3 red fin perch. We lost 3 other big trout, but I did catch the biggest trout I have...More

Thank Jim B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We loved this little camp in Guyra. Beautiful area. Toilets are clean. Dump point. Quiet. Well worth a stop over. Walk to town. Cafes, shops, IGA and Spar.

Thank Gillian C
Reviewed 28 April 2018

Wonderful mountain air on the roof of the world. Peaceful location and a well signposted walk. I love seeing the ducks.

Thank jsoztraveller
Reviewed 4 January 2018

Very picturesque park on the edge of wetlands with amazing sunset and an abundance of birdlife. A lovely walking track of about 2.5km with covered viewing platforms and outdoor fitness stations. There is a designated free camping area with room for approximately 10 caravans, non...More

Thank Tushfifi D
Reviewed 12 December 2017

We saw the turn off to Mother of Ducks Lagoon Nature Reserve so with a name like that we just had to take a look. The nature reserve is located just 1km from the town of Guyra and is a very tranquil area. There are...More

Thank Anita T
Reviewed 19 November 2016 via mobile

Sadly only saw one duck on the day we stopped but it's a very quiet picturesque place to visit. Being on a golf course it's very green. Nice place for a picnic.

Thank LoulouB294
Reviewed 29 October 2016

This reserve is very quiet and peaceful away from the highway. There is a golf course that runs thru the reserve, but that causes no problems. Clear easy paths to walk along. A couple of huts to sit in and take it all in

Thank Anthony S
Reviewed 21 April 2016

The lagoon is a great free camper parking spot. The golf course is there with a viewing platform over the wetland which is a bird sanctuary. A nice place to camp or picnic but the sunsets are the best feature with a new and different...More

Thank Leanne E
Reviewed 20 April 2016

I overnighted in Guyra and as I like birds I thought I would check out the Mother of Ducks reserve - late in afternoon and then after breakfast the next morning (OK, didn't make it at dawn when birdlife might be more active). Have to...More

Thank JElliot32
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