Balor Hut campground in Warrumbungle National Park offers secluded heritage accommodation in an historic walkers’ hut or tent camping and is close to walks and lookouts.
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Walk-in Burbie Camp, in Warrumbungle National Park, offers remote bush camping near a natural spring with wildlife, birdwatching, scenic views, and stargazing.
Camp Blackman is a popular base from which to explore Warrumbungle National Park. It's equipped with barbecues, picnic tables, hot showers and resident kangaroos.
Camp Pincham offers rustic walk-in camping with scenic views, walking, wildlife and wildflowers in Warrumbungles National Park, near Coonabarabran.
Large groups and schools will find Camp Walaay and the nearby education centre excellent for bush camping, functions and conferences in Warrumbungle National Park.
Coxs Creek campground is a peaceful camping area nestled among tall eucalypts, with birdwatching opportunities and nearby walking and mountain bike trails to explore.
The rustic Ogma Gap campground offers walking, scenic views, and stargazing in the remote Warrumbungle National Park in outback NSW, near Coonabarabran.
The Barracks campground is a secluded camping area, great for small groups looking for a tranquil place to come back to after a day of walking or mountain biking.
Far away from the chaos of the city, The Pines campground in Coolah Tops National Park is a remote camping area and peaceful setting for outdoor pursuits, especially walking, mountain biking and birdwatching.
Camp Wambelong is a peaceful campground offering spectacular views of Belougery Split Rock and an access point to many great walking tracks.