Warrumbungle National Park
All the practical information you need to know about Burbie Camp.
Getting there and parking
Get driving directions
Burbie Camp is in the Burbie precinct of Warrumbungle National Park. The campground is only accessible by foot. To get there:
- Follow John Renshaw Parkway into Warrumbungle National Park
- Leave the car at Burbie Canyon carpark, shortly after passing Camp Wambelong.
- Burbie Canyon track starts opposite the carpark and joins Burbie trail
- Burbie Camp is approximately 3km (one-way) walk
Park entry points
- Sealed roads
- 2WD vehicles
- All weather
Parking is available at Burbie Canyon carpark.
Best times to visit
You may experience a great range of temperatures on any day in the park. In summer it's generally hot in the daytime and temperatures often exceed 30C. In contrast, winter can be very cold and the temperature drops below freezing at night. Rainfall is also highly variable, ranging from drought to prolonged wet periods. Less rain falls on the western side of the park than on the eastern side. It rains most from December to February and the annual average rainfall is 720mm. Thunderstorms are common in mid to late summer.
During early spring wildflowers are in bloom, including a huge variety of golden wattle flowers With a more moderate climate, spring is a great time to get out and camp under the stars .
Weather, temperature and rainfall
15°C and 30°C
0°C and 15°C
The area’s highest recorded rainfall in one day
There's a tap at the campground that provides spring water, but it is untreated and not suitable for drinking. Please bring your own drinking and cooking water.
- Wood barbecues (bring your own firewood)
Maps and downloads
Flying a drone for recreational purposes is prohibited in this area. Drones may affect public enjoyment, safety and privacy, interfere with park operations, or pose a threat to wildlife. See the Drones in Parks policy.
This area may be a declared Drone Exclusion Zone, or may be subject to Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) rules for flying near airports, aerodromes and helicopter landing sites. See CASA's Drone Flyer Rules.
Commercial filming and photography
NSW national parks are no smoking areas.
- in Warrumbungle National Park in the Country NSW region
Warrumbungle National Park is always open but may have to close at times due to poor weather or fire danger.
Park entry fees:
$8 per vehicle per day.Buy annual pass