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Welcome to Peedamulla, meaning ‘plenty water’ in local Aboriginal language, where the Cane River runs through 226,000 hectares of cattle station. Peedamulla’s newly built campground has modern amenities, powered & unpowered sites, wonderful views of the expansive countryside, with opportunity to explore isolated coastline, wetlands and heritage listed ruins, along with the warm hospitality of local Aboriginal owners, the Parker family.

Location

Peedamulla Road, Peedamulla

Directions

75km north-east of Onslow
GPS S 21.844deg, E 115.627deg

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Rated by 2 guests
 
Robyn Blake
A great stopover campground, beautifully designed and well maintained. Carolyn manages the site and is a great host. Very spacious camp sites and excellent facilities, highly recommended!

Gregory J
Great spot
Stayed here with 7 metre caravan for overnight stop. About 7 Kilometers off the highway on good dirt road. Very large powered and unpowered sites, no need to drop the van from the car.... facilities are first class and there are some patches of well tended grass , a real supprise after all the red dirt. Site is run by local indigenous community , so please support this initiative.