A couple of weeks back we went camping at a free, river-side, dog friendly, bush camp site at Charleyong Crossing.
There is a bit of a back story. I had been away with work for the week and when I arrived home my wife said 'let's find somewhere to go.' A bit of research turned up a place called Corang River, not that far from Charleyong Crossing, about 2 hours east of Canberra between Braidwood and Nowra. We programmed up the GPS and set of bright and early Saturday morning. We stopped briefly for some fresh bread at Bungandore and then did the final run on the Kings Highway toward Braidwood.
Just before Braidwood we turned off and started to head onto dirt so the GPS was changed from street to 4WD.
We arrived at Corang River and found the campsite just before lunch time. We immediately were not that impressed! It was not mowed, lots of ants, lots of broken glass and access to the river was not simple.
We did have Charleyong Crossing in the GPS so we thought that we should go and have a look before deciding which one to camp at.
One point to not is that there is a river crossing on the way in. It is a weir/causeway type and wasn't deep when we were there. (About as deep as the rubber thongs I was wearing!)