Cod Hole

Campsite Description

The Cod Hole is two small camp sites 100m apart, seperated on the river by a small set of rapids. The uspstream site is right on a tight bend in the river with a great spot to have a swim at normal river levels. 50m upstream is another set of rapids. This makes the Cod Hole a great place to camp if you love the sound of a running river.
“At night, we’d sit around the fire and talk about the day’s adventures. Doesn’t get much better than that.”

For a remote wilderness adventure deep in the heart of Nymboi-Binderay National Park on the Dorrigo plateau, head for Cod Hole campground and picnic area. This rustic camping spot offers the chance to really get away from it all, in magnificent wild river country, surrounded by lush forests.

Settle in to your campsite before heading to the river for a range of water-based activities. Swim in the calm waterholes or explore the tree-lined riverbanks by canoe. Rafting is a great way to explore and there’s a range of guided tours on offer.

Campsite Features