Unwind in stunning World Heritage surrounds at Ganguddy-Dunns Swamp campground, near Rylstone. Perfect for a family camping trip, go fishing, canoeing and swimming in the Cudgegong river.
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Relax in dramatic surrounds at this car-accessible campground by the Wolgan River in World Heritage Wollemi National Park, just north of the Blue Mountains.
Colo Meroo campground in World Heritage-listed Wollemi National Park is a great place for experienced campers to enjoy a weekend or longer in the great outdoors.
Camp by the river at Coorongooba campground in Wollemi National Park. Fill your days with easy walks, paddling in the shallow river and birdwatching in this World Heritage-listed landscape.
The Diggings campground is a great spot to explore all that Turon National Park has to offer – bushwalking and camping, mountain biking, trout fishing, canoeing and 4WD touring.
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.
- Free. Free park entry.
- Suitable for
- Tent, Camper trailer site, Camping beside my vehicle
- Lower Grose Valley area in Blue Mountains National Park in Sydney and surrounds
Capertee campground in Capertee National Park is a great place to set up a campsite and do some birdwatching or walking.
Woolshed Flat campground offers peaceful camp sites right on the edge of the gorgeous Turon River, making it a great place to explore the bush and river tracks of Turon National Park.
Remote Sheepskin Hut campground is deep in the picturesque Putty Valley, in northern Wollemi National Park. It’s a scenic spot for 4WD and motorbike adventurers exploring the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area.
Policemans Point campground, in Capertee National Park, is a great place for setting up a bush campsite with nearby swimming, walking, cycling and birdwatching opportunities.