Bungonia State Conservation Area, Goulburn

(5/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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  • If you have overseas guests this is a perfect place for a afternoon trip from Goulburn. A trip to Bungonia is never the same twice, with its beautiful views, wide array of wildlife & Fauna its the per...  more »
  • I came here as a break from nearby Morton National Park, and Bungonia has a few great lookouts that offer similar views over the heavily-forested escarpments, as long as you don't mind the views of th...  more »
  • Lots of separate camping spots in an unspoiled native park. Plenty of kangaroos and other wildlife and good facilities. Probably gets busy during holidays. There are excellent walking tracks with a va...  more »
  • Bautiful walks and untouched nature
  • Bungonia's a great area for walking, caving and canyoning, The area facilities are excellent - better than many commercial parks - and include electric BBQs, and the main campground has an enclosed and gas-heated dining area with gas cooktops and sinks, and hot showers in a clean and tidy amenities block. It'd be perfect if campfires were permitted - it's sad that the mindless acts of a few drongos mean that no-one can be trusted to behave responsibly.
  • Went caving with 1st Keiraville scouts at Bungonia in 2012 and i was expecting a really easy walk-through so i was surprised when there was abseiling and climbing involved. There was even some prusiking involved. All in all a great time except it would be better it campfires were allowed. Thanks