The campground is adjacent to the secluded recreation reserve, accessed via an unsealed track, that appears to be no longer used for sporting activity. Vehicular access to the oval is prevented by a locked gate and according to an old sign camping is not permitted on the oval, but this is clearly ignored by campers who leave their cars outside the gate and pitch their tents on the grass. There is also space outside the gate for parking a few caravans, trailers and campervans. It was in this area that we managed to reverse our trailer into a gap between and under the trees.
Toilets, including an accessible toilet, are located close to inside the gate, all well stocked with toilet paper. Part of this structure is a large covered area that accommodates a picnic table, served by two undercover electric BBQs and two open well-constructed fire pits (bring your own firewood).
Although a free campground, the management committee request that campers make a donation, with bank details provided, to cover the cost of electricity, toilet paper and general upkeep. Click here for a full gallery of Toolangi Campground images.
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