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Australian convict sites

Australian convict sites present the late 18th Century story of forced convict migration from Britain to Australia. The Old Great North Road is 1 of 4 convict sites in NSW that, together with 7 other sites across Tasmania, Norfolk Island and Western Australia, make up the Australian Convict Sites World Heritage Property. Completed in 1836 using convict labour, Devines Hill and Finchs Line were completed, as part of Old Great North Road - which originally spanned 264 km and connected Sydney and the Hunter Valley. Today 43kms of road still remains alongside Dharug and Yengo national parks.

Devines Hill, Dharug National Park. Photo: John Yurasek

Experience Australia’s convict history

Tent in Mill Creek campground, Dharug National Park. Photo: John Yurasek

Mill Creek campground

Mill Creek campground offers sites for small caravans, campervans, camper trailers and tents. Nestled among trees and surrounded by dramatic sandstone cliffs, this sheltered area makes a great weekend escape.

Price
Budget. Free park entry.
Sites
31
Suitable for
Tent, Camper trailer site, Camping beside my vehicle
Where
Dharug National Park in Sydney and surrounds
Campground. Photo: John Yurasek