Enjoy a weekend away camping at Cattai National Park along the Hawkesbury River. Go walking, camping, canoeing and bike riding before cooking up a barbecue feast.
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Wake up with the waves at Little Beach campground, near Gosford on the NSW Central Coast. You can go surfing, bushwalking or fishing while camping right by the sand.
The Basin campground in Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park is one of Sydney's most popular beach camping spots.
Bangalow campground at Watagans National Park provides a relaxed getaway for the family or adventure camper.
This campground is closed until 31 March 2020 due to the current fire situation. Blue Gums campground is a tranquil, secluded camping spot. Bring your mountain bike and explore the rugged wilderness. At night, relax under the stars by a warm campfire.
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.
This campground offers everything you need for a relaxing and private getaway, with immediate access to walking tracks and a dramatic waterfall.
Pitch your tent at Gentlemans Halt campground, deep within Marramarra National Park, where you're likely to have the remote bushland and Hawkesbury River views to yourself.
For a remote camping experience, Heartbreak Hill campground is situated deep within Parr State Conservation Area and can be reached by walking or cycling.
Marramarra Creek campground is near Hornsby and by the tranquil waters of Marramarra Creek. Enjoy canoeing, kayaking, walking, fishing, birdwatching and explore historic orchards.