Sheba dams reserve is a beautiful campsite high in the hills, 11 Km east of Nundle. You are situated beside a large dam with plenty of shade and things to do. There are two dams that are remains of gold mining history. You may camp beside the larger of the two and can access the lower dam via a walking track. Pets are allowed.
The road is sealed, however there is a steep climb on the way up. Plenty of caravans and big rigs make it there, so low range and low gear is essential. From Nundle travel 11 km east on Nundle Road
FEES & BOOKINGS
There is no charge for the use of this facility at the moment, so if you are staying at this site we encourage you to help keep it clean, and please visit and support the nearest town or village.
Long drop toilet, no rubbish bins
THINGS TO DO
Fossick for Gold and Precious Gems. Swimming or fishing in the dam off a small Jetty in the beautiful Mountain water, walking around the dam on a nature trail, visiting the town of Nundle.
Within Nundle there are two antique stores, a homewares store, small grocers and takeaway shop, post office, Craft markets, op shop, leather shop, leadlight shop and classes, Café and Hotel. The pool and playground are a hit with the kids.
There is also the Arc-en-Ciel Trout farm to visit from Sheba dams.
No Skiing or No diving in the Dams is permitted.
We are still in the process of obtaining more information about this site.
Data Courtesy of: Free Range Camping