Berembed Weir (South Side)


3.5 from 2 users


Berembed Weir is an idyllic spot for shore-based fishing, swimming and picnicking along the Murrumbidgee River. Located 18 kilometres south-east of Grong Grong, off the Old Wagga Road. Here you can also see the off-take for diverting irrigation water which heads along Bundidgerry Creek and Lake Talbot for the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area (MIA). Take all rubbish with you and leave no trace. No camping or overnight parking.

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Lat: -34.88039 Lng: 146.836982

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User 1610098

We just spent 2 enjoyable nights camping right on the river through the gate at the weir. Don't know why it says no camping on here as it's allowed. Beautiful spot, lots of bird life and great for walking on the tracks through the red gums. The running water through the weir sings you to sleep at night.



Day use only signs on the gate when following map directions.



This reserve on the south side of the Weir/river would have been a beautiful place to stay except for the large volume of household garbage that had been dumped around the place. Disgusting!!!!!


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