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Best campgrounds in Country NSW

Reconnect with nature on a camping getaway in Country NSW. Wake up among the World Heritage Gondwana rainforest of Border Ranges or Oxley Wild Rivers National Parks. Step back in time with a stay at Village campground, in the heart of the historic gold rush town of Hill End. Enjoy the starry skies and epic scenery inside the world’s second largest canyon, at Capertee campground. Stay longer and see more with our stay 3 nights, pay 2 nights offer at selected campgrounds.

A group camping with tents at Sheepstation Creek campground, Border Ranges National Park. Photo: John Spencer/DPIE
Carrington Falls campground, Budderoo National Park. Photo: Chris Keyzer/OEH

Carrington Falls campground

Wake up to the distant sound of cascading waterfalls at Carrington Falls campground, near Robertson in the Southern Highlands. You’ll find walking tracks, swimming holes and lookouts a short distance from your camping spot.

Price
Budget. Free park entry.
Sites
6
Suitable for
Tent, Camping beside my vehicle
Where
Budderoo National Park in South Coast, Country NSW
Facilities at the Gambells Rest campground. Photo: John Yurasek Copyright:NSW Government

Gambells Rest campground

Located near Bundanoon in NSW’s southern highlands, Gambells Rest campground offers tent, trailer and caravan sites, plus a picnic area and walking and cycling trails.

Price
Budget. Park entry fees apply.
Sites
10
Suitable for
Tent, Camper trailer site, Caravan site, Camping beside my vehicle
Where
Morton National Park in South Coast, Country NSW
Bungonia Campground, Bungonia National Park. Photo: Audrey Kutzner/NSW Government

Bungonia campground

Bungonia campground combines a beautiful bushland setting with excellent camping facilities. From here, you can enjoy hiking, caving, or bushwalking.

Price
Budget. Park entry fees apply.
Suitable for
Tent, Camper trailer site, Caravan site, Camping beside my vehicle
Where
Bungonia National Park in Country NSW
Kangaroos feeding on grass at Wombeyan Caves campground. Photo: OEH/John Spencer