Woolomin is on New England Highway (A15)
This reserve is on the southern banks of Chaffey Dam. It is a popular spot for walking, bird watching, swimming, sailing, windsurfing and fishing with a boat ramp installed.
Facilities include : Covered picnic tables : Wood barbecues and fireplaces – supply your own wood : Flushing toilets – wheelchair accessible : NO water : Hot showers – coin operated : Rubbish bins provided : Dogs are OK – must be on a leash : Suitable for all sized caravans : Camping fee applies – honesty box : Maximum stay of 7 days : Dump point - near toilet.
Turn south off the New England Highway, 6 kilometres south of the Muswellbrook and Sydney turnoff (on the eastern side of the Peel River) at Tamworth, onto Nundle Road. Travel 36 kilometres then turn right (1 kilometre south of the dam lookout), where it is signposted to Bowling Alley Point Recreation Reserve. Follow this road to the waters edge. If you continue south along Nundle Road for 15 kilometres you will arrive at Nundle.
This is a large grassy area in the village of Woolamin, beside the Peel River. There are lots of shady trees scattered throughout the reserve. If you choose not to have power connection it is free to camp at this reserve.
Facilities include : Large covered picnic table : Fireplaces – supply your own wood : Toilets : NO water : Power outlet for 2 sites – small fee for power and payable at the General Store in Woolomin : Rubbish bins provided : Dogs are OK : Suitable for all sized caravans : Maximum stay of 30 days.
Turn south off the New England Highway, 6 kilometres south of the Muswellbrook and Sydney turnoff (on the eastern side of the Peel River) at Tamworth, onto Nundle Road. Travel 29 kilometres to the village of Woolomin. At the southern end of the village turn right onto Monara Street. The reserve is 200 metres on the left.