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Campsite Review: Tranquil Free Rest Area: Mother of Ducks Lagoon, Guyra

If you're seeking a serene and pet-friendly free rest area for a peaceful stay, look no further than Mother of Ducks Lagoon in Guyra. This recently upgraded and beautifully designed spot now features designated camping areas. These sites, mostly level and surfaced with hard gravel, offer tranquility away from the bustling highway, boasting scenic views overlooking the golf club and stunning lagoons. Situated opposite the Guyra Golf Club and within walking distance of the Guyra Bowling Club and the local IGA, convenience and relaxation go hand in hand at this location. Self contained vans only.

Free Rest Area Guyra
Free Rest Area Mother of Duck Lagoon Guyra
Location:

McKie Parkway, Guyra, New South Wales

Latitude. -30.22.33.49

Longitude - 151.669551


Directions:

A15 New England Highway, take the exit to Guyra. Turn on to Lagoon road, Left onto Mckie Parkway. You will find the campsite on the left, just past the Golf Cub.


Facilities:

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Campsite Review:
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at this free camp area, especially with the serene ambiance of the nearby Mother of Ducks Lagoon reserve and its distance from the highway.


What made this experience particularly delightful was the pet-friendly environment, the level ground that prevented any risk of getting stuck in mud, the picturesque walks around the lagoon, and the immersive experience in nature. The view from our campsite was breathtakingly beautiful. Despite the chilly morning, the mist and the sound of the grass crunching beneath our feet as Kahra and I embarked on our morning walk only added to the site's allure and charm.


The campsite boasted an impressive array of amenities and features, enhancing the overall experience for visitors. From abundant wildlife to shaded seating areas and BBQs, from a book swap cabin to conveniently located toilets, a dump point, and a water dispenser, it seemed to cater to every need. What's more, within mere meters of the campsite, there was even a gym available for use. Clearly, this campsite and day use area were meticulously maintained, ensuring a comfortable and enjoyable stay for all who visited.



Pros:

Campsite Pet Friendly (Pets not allowed in the reserve)

Quiet

Flat ground

Amazing views

Nature

Walkways

Close to Golf Club, Bowling Club and shops

Away from the highway

Water Facility, Dump point, Toilets, Bbq's, Gym,


Cons:

Height restriction 4.3m

Hard ground for pegging


Would I stay there again? Yes I would. It was a lovely place to stay


Rating:

Star rating 5
5 star rating



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