|Name of Camp:||Beringbooding Rock|
|Author (optional):||Stephen Jorgensen|
|Why do you love it:||Beringbooding Rock, has undergone a makeover since we were here Easter last year.
There are now designated campsites laid out in gravel with pine logs. I think it’s actually an improvement.
This huge tank was built in 1937 by “Subsistence Labour”, which, I assume,
means they were paid with their meals. It has a capacity of 2,250,000 gallons and cost,
at that time, £10,000 and is supplied by the largest rock water catchment in Australia.
|Cost:||Free Support the locals|
|Checkboxes:||Toilets, Scenic, Pets Allowed|
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