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Shallow Crossing, NSW

Shallow Crossing is on the upper reaches of the Clyde River (a 30 minute drive fom Batemans Bay) and inland from Murramarang National Park. The crossing is impassable during heavy rains or during high tide.

The area is surrounded by Boyne, South Brooman and Shallow Crossing State Forests, and is a haven for fishermen, bushwalkers, four wheel drivers, and those who like to sit around and listen to the birds.

Shallow Crossing can be accessed from the Princes Highway at East Lynnne or from the Kings Highway at Nelligen. Either way invloves travel along well formed dirt roads suitable for all vehicles. Extreme car should be taken if driving on these roads after rain as they can become very slippery.

A camping ground is available in the area with ready erected tents and plenty of unpowered camping sites.

Nearest Airport: Moruya 57KMS

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