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White Womans Waterhole, Woodside

On the dirt Napier Road (suitable for vans etc) 4.7 km off the Hyland Highway to the west or 5.2 km off the Carrajung-Woodsie Road to the east. 11 km to Woodside or 15 km to Yarram, where a dump point is located at the town oval (signed off the South Gippsland Highway). Pets are allowed, but wildlife visits the area so keep them on a leash.

Report By: Badger(39)
Date of Stay: February 2018 Rating: 1.5
A basic campground, with the only amenities being a long-drop toilet and some fireplaces and picnic tables, although the tables are inside a "no camping" area. No set campsites - just find a level spot. There are two easy walking trails - one around the nearby waterhole which takes about 5 mins to walk, and a forest walk which takes about 30 mins, but look for the signs along that walk to make sure you stay on the trail. If you get lost, just find McKenzies Road that dissects the forest walk to get back to the campground. A variety of parrots visit the campsites each day. When we were there a single male was camped to the northern side and supposedly had been there for four years - not very talkative and he annoyed our small dog.