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Special Offer

Gummi Falls campground

Barrington Tops State Conservation Area

Affected by closures, check current alerts 

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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Remote Gummi Falls campground offers fishing, horse riding, mountain biking, and stargazing in Barrington Tops National Park, between Scone and Gloucester.

Accommodation Details
Number of campsites 5
Camping type Tent, Camper trailer site, Camping beside my vehicle
Facilities Barbecue facilities, toilets
What to bring 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
  • Between 1 June and 30 September, this campground is only accessible by walking or cycling (3km one-way) because the 4WD access trails close.
  • There are no marked sites.
  • Check the weather or contact Scone office before you set out, as road access to Gummi Falls campground may be closed due to snow, ice, and rain.
  • Horse riders are not permitted to camp overnight at Gummi Falls.
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If you like to answer the call of the wild with a night in the rugged wilderness, then head for the remote beauty of Gummi campground on the northern boundary of Barrington Tops National Park. Roughly halfway between Scone and Gloucester, you’ll need a 4WD to get to this remote camping spot, high in the sub-alpine region.

Spend your days fishing in the crystal clear Manning River, or explore the high country trails on horseback or mountain bike. Wildlife is plentiful in this unspoilt region, so keep your eyes peeled for kangaroos, wombats, and the rare, elusive long-nosed potaroo.

After an evening meal around the campfire, try a little stargazing or get out the torch to try and catch a glimpse of greater gliders, spotted-tailed quoll, and the rare powerful owl.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info

 

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