Peachtree Creek at Croajingolong

Submitted: Wednesday, Dec 18, 2002 at 01:00
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Can someone who has camped at Peachtree Creek in Croajingolong National Park tell me if it is highly recommended to take a boat or canoe, and if there are any spots near the campsite where it is suitable for kids to swim. Apart from fishing gear, any other essential toys to take? Thanks

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Reply By: dock - Monday, Dec 23, 2002 at 01:00

Monday, Dec 23, 2002 at 01:00
Peachtree Creek is only a small campsite with 4 or 5 spots to camp It's on the edge of tamboon inlet and is suitable for boats and canoes.Last time I looked it didn't look too flash for swimming as you would have to go a fair way out to escape the mud and the weeds. The locals advise not swimming in the lakes anyway as you can get a rash called pelican itch from pelican poo. Very itchy apparently.
Best campsites are either Thurra River or Wingan Inlet.You have to go in a draw for a site in the summer holidays.Best to go in winter spring when you can sometimes get the place to youself.
Another good campsite is Shipwreck Creek out of Mallacoota but is not suitable for boats or canoes as you camp above a pretty little bay.Not sure of summer availability though.Hope this helps.
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