- No pets
- BYO firewood
- Bushwalking Trails nearby
Check In: 14:00|Check Out: 10:00
Hours: Namadgi Visitor Centre opening hours are 9.00am - 4.00pm weekdays and 9.00am - 4.30pm on weekends and public holidays (closed Christmas Day). Namadgi Visitors Centre can be contacted on 6237 5307.
Conditions: Full payment on booking | Fees may apply for changes or cancellations.
Please be aware that this campground is walk in only (6km). There is no vehicle access.
The Northern Border Campground is a bush camping site located near the border of NSW, north of Gungahlin on the Centenary Trail. Facilities include a bike racks, pit toilet, covered picnic tables and shaded grassy tent sites. There is space for two tents undercover if required.
Access is only by foot or bicycle via the trail corridor between Forde and Hall Village. The campground is 6.5 kilometres from Amy Ackman Street in Forde and 12.5 kilometres from Hall Village.
There is a maximum of 6 guests per unallocated campsite.
Community groups and event bookings over 20 people cannot be made online. You need to submit an application to Use a Public Place for large groups - please refer to https://form.act.gov.au/smartforms/landing.htm?formCode=1030. For further information call Public Land Use with any further questions regarding organised groups on 02 6205 8794. Please note that the maximum booking duration for this site is 4 days. As each unallocated site supports 6 guests maximum, please change 'Quantity' to reflect the number of sites necessary for your party. Please allow 28 days for processing when applying for a permit to use a campground for community group activities or exclusive use.
Map & Directions
Unnamed Road, ACT 2914, Australia
There is no vehicle access to this campsite. Access is only by foot or bicycle via the trail corridor between Hall Village and Forde.
The campground is 6.5 kilometres from Amy Ackman Street in Forde and 12.5 kilometres from Hall Village.