Campsites at Euroka campground in the Blue Mountains are popular with both campers and kangaroos. Just south of Glenbrook, it’s near to picnic areas and walking tracks.
Showing 9 tent options:
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.
Murphys Glen campground, near Woodford, offers walking and birdwatching. It's the perfect nature getaway if you have a 4WD and want to spend a weekend in Blue Mountains National Park.
This rustic campground offers you a wilderness experience in the Grose Valley with plenty of opportunities for birdwatching and walking.
Located at the end of Megalong Valley, Dunphys campground is a remote yet well-maintained campground for adventurers and families, in Blue Mountains National Park.
Ingar campground is a great stop on your walking or cycling adventure between Wentworth Falls and Woodford. Picnic, swim in the creek, or camp overnight in this secluded Blue Mountains spot.
Get back to nature at secluded Burralow Creek campground and picnic area in Blue Mountains National Park, around 2 hours from Sydney. You’ll find walking and picnicking opportunities just moments from your tent.
Mount Werong campground is a great base to explore the mountain bike trails, bushwalks, and historic heritage in the remote south of Blue Mountains National Park, near Oberon.
Kedumba River Crossing campground is a walk-in campground in a remote part of Blue Mountains National Park. Set in an open, grassy area with views of Mount Solitary, it’s a peaceful place to stay on an overnight bushwalk in the Jamison Valley.