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    Free camps near Hawker

    Long shot but here it goes.
    There is a bush camp 18kms east of Hawker called
    Willow Waters. Would anyone know if that is a free camp site or part of the "Flinders Bush Retreat"
    property business?
    Cheers to anyone with info.
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    I just had a look on the WikiCamps app and it says that it is part of the Flinders Bush Retreat and costs $10 per vehicle per night.

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    Wikicamps says it is part of Flinders Bush Retreat, a private farm property, $10 per vehicle per night. Gets positive reviews.

    Edit. Winnie & I simulposted.
    Last edited by Cuppa; 18th October 2016 at 07:01 AM.

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