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Devils Hole campground

Barrington Tops State Conservation Area

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Overview

Special Offer

50% off midweek camping

Book now with promo code MIDWEEK to save 50% when you stay Monday to Thursday. Valid for new online bookings for stays 21 April – 16 September 2021.

Scone access only

The severe weather event in March 2021 has severely damaged Barrington Tops Forest Road, forcing Forestry Corporation of NSW to close the road. Until the road is fixed you can only access this location from Scone (the west). You can't access it from Gloucester (the east).

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Devils Hole campground offers picnicking, wildlife, scenic views, and fishing, in the plateau region of Barrington Tops National Park between Gloucester and Scone.

Accommodation Details
Number of campsites 3
Camping type Tent, Camper trailer site, Camping beside my vehicle
Facilities Barbecue facilities, carpark, toilets
What to bring Drinking water, cooking water, firewood
Price

Rates and availability are displayed when making an online booking.

Bookings Bookings are required. Book online or call the National Parks Contact Centre on 1300 072 757.
Please note
  • There are no marked sites at this campground.
  • Check the weather or contact Gloucester office before you set out, as road access to Devils Hole campground and picnic area may be closed due to snow, ice, and rain.
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At an altitude of 1,400m, Devils Hole campground is probably one of Australia’s highest camping spots. Sat upon the spectacular sub-alpine country of Barrington Tops National Park, it’s a fabulous base for exploring this important refuge for cold-climate woodlands, wetlands, and wildlife.

Pitch your tent or park the trailer among the snow gums in this superb little campsite. Or simply stop for a picnic before heading across the road to take in the views from Devils Hole lookout walk and picnic area across the Barrington wilderness. For more views try the nearby Thunderbolts lookout.

As the evening settles in, light up a campfire, cook a feast, and enjoy the sounds of the bush beneath a blanket of stars. Grab the torch for some night-spotting, with the chance to see greater gliders, spotted-tail quolls, and perhaps the rare powerful owl.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info

 

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