Tocumwal Town Beach Campground offers low cost camping on the bank of Murray River with basic facilities. The site is accessible to caravans, motorhomes, campers, and big rigs with area suitable for tents.

We are still waiting for the owners of this campground to update the description and pricing, in the meantime you may use the details below to find out more about this site.

This is a Campground with basic facilities..

HOW TO GET THERE
From the roundabout on Goulburn Valley Highway turn East onto Deniliquin Road and after 500m turn right at the roundabout into Deniliquin Street.  Follow round the bend for 120m and turn right into Town Beach Road.  Follow this to the end in 950m and enter the campground.

FEES & BOOKINGS
Fee is $5/person per night

FACILITIES
There are toilet and shower facilities here.

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Opening Hours

Monday

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Tuesday

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Wednesday

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Thursday

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Friday

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Saturday

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Sunday

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Address & Contact

Our Address

Town Beach Road

GPS

-35.818209, 145.559645

Telephone
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Web

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Soc. Networks

Additional Information

Suburb:

Tocumwal

State:

NSW

Pin Code:

2714

Pricing Detail:

From $5

Post ID:

35195

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Features

 
  
Toilets Available
Showers Available
Drinking Water Available
Rubbish Bins Available
Dump Point Available
Mobile Phone Reception
Pets Permitted
Suitable for Tents
Camper Trailers
Caravans
Campervans & Motorhomes
Big Rig Access
Boat Ramp Nearby
Some Shade Available
Nice Views From Location
Swimming
 

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Steph January 17, 2018 10:49 am
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Absolutely perfect camping grounds, showers/toilets always clean, plenty of rubbish bins available, grounds tidy and really nice beach. Perfect spot for our first family camping trip with two young kids. The only negative was some of the other campers who wouldn’t put their dogs on leads and the dogs would come into our campsites and disturb our dogs who were on their leads the whole time, signs were clearly on display in few area’s which made it more frustrating, no respect for others around them.