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Acacia Flat campground

Blue Mountains National Park

Overview

Nestled deep in the Grose Valley Wilderness, Acacia Flat campground offers remote camping in the Blue Mountains. Set against impressive blue gum forest, it's a great base for birdwatching and overnight walks near Blackheath.

Accommodation Details
Number of campsites 30
Camping type Tent, Remote/backpack camping
Facilities Toilets
Please note
  • There are no marked sites at Acacia Flat campground.
  • This is a remote campground, so you'll need to carry in your food, water and tent for your duration in the valley, and take all rubbish out.
  • It's a good idea to organise car pooling and drop offs to ensure that cars aren’t left in remote areas for extended periods.
  • Fill in the free trip intention form and hire a PLB before setting out.
Price Free.
Bookings Bookings are not available at Acacia Flat campground. For more information please contact Blue Mountains Heritage Centre (Blackheath).

If you’re pitching your tent at Acacia Flat campground, you can give yourself a big hug. You’ve joined a rare breed of intrepid campers who have walked into the Grose Valley in one of the most secluded wilderness areas in the Blue Mountains.

Accessed by walking tracks from either Perrys lookdown or Pierces Pass, you’ll camp amongst the rough barked apple and stringybarks. While you’re boiling up the billy, try adding a gum leaf before you sit back and soak up the vibes of the biggest eucalypt factory on the planet.  When all that fresh air and walking has you ready for bed, crawl into your tent and fall asleep to the whispers of the bush.

If you’re a birdwatcher, the nearby Blue Gum Forest is a haven for birds and wildlife. There’s a lot to see, so be sure to pack binoculars and keep an eye above as kestrels and wedge-tailed eagles often surf the thermals near the cliffs.

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Blue Mountains trip intention form

Are you planning a long hike, off-track or overnight adventure, or visiting a remote part of the Greater Blue Mountains wilderness? We recommend you fill in a trip intention form and carry a personal locator beacon (PLB) for your safety. Find out more about the trip intention form.

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Views from Govetts Leap lookout, Blue Mountains National Park. Photo: Simone Cottrell/OEH.