Glen Riddle campground sits on Iron Pot Creek, a creek that leads into Split Rock dam, the location is on the Fossickers Way, its just south of Barraba and a little over 110 km from Gunnedah…click on the photo below for the slide show.
Glen Riddle Campground
This is one of our favourite campgrounds, not a lot here in the way of facilities, there are toilets and non-potable water that’s it, campers are expected to be fully self contained. Keen viewers will notice that the solar panels are not in the sun, at this point the battery was fully charged and in a few minutes the sun will return…lol Always plenty of room here, nice flat grassy sites. Lots of firewood laying around too. Waste water needs to be saved at Glen Riddle, we don’t have a grey water tank so we catch it in an unused solar shower bag, there is a dump point at Barraba. Magnificent sunrises…we love that time of day. Hereford cattle are very happy here. I tried to befriend them but with no success, perhaps it was the T-bones I had on the table, ready for dinner! Long shadows in the afternoon, there were only about 4 other vans here this time..it was really quiet and peaceful. Glen Riddle really is a place where campers can get true peace and quiet. This was our first encounter with these little pests, Goats Head prickles are a native of South America and have become quite common out west, no matter how they land they always have one of their spikes sticking up, they sit about 8 – 10mm high and the spike will penetrate a thong, or bike tyre!. Click the link below to move on…Coolatai is next