We stayed two nights and camped over the crossing by the water. The autumn leaves were falling and made the area looked spectacular. Four local geese became our new friends. There was plenty of good 4wd tracks to explore. Flushing toilets in the main area...更多
There are plenty of camping sites near the creek/river and there are toilets available but no showers. You are asked to book but there is an honesty box next to the toilets and you can just leave your details and the camping fee which is...更多
We used to camp here about 30 years ago and recently went back for memories. Nothing has changed except the weir used to be closed and the river cascaded over the top so we could shower under it. Now it is open and there doesn't...更多
Place isn't too special. It's a pretty place to go for a walk the mines are probably a total of 40m few snakes around especially in the summer. Worse part is your not suppose to swim there although has never stopped us.
After a first impression where we were annoyed at getting 3/4 down to the main entrance with our van only to see the no caravan sign and having to travel over 20km back to town, when we got down there the next day, the place...更多
A bit difficult to find. We were looking for the waterfall but couldn't find it. Pass by a lake (or river?), the scenery was great. Gravel road all the way, definitely need a 4WD and not to go on rainy day.
We made our way out here to see the monument for the first gold discovery and we're so glad we did! Unfortunately our exploring was a bit short-lived as the recent rains had flooded the crossing, but we found a picturesque picnic and camping spot...更多
old tunnels to and lots of trails to go on. I love Ophir reserve. Get in touch with local wildlife, wander along the river or explore the old goldfields. a touch of history and free to visit. I have camped there many times too.