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Camping in New South Wales

New South Wales provides lucky campers a wealth of beautiful, unique and adventurous camping destinations. From the far north of the state, to the outback and the Snowy Mountains region, this state has so much for campers to enjoy,

Polblue Camping Area - Barrington Tops National Park
Barrington Tops NP
camping fees
vehicle camping
caravan and trailer
patrolled by rangers
water
fireplace and barbeque
hiking and walking trails
public phones
picnic tables
fishing
nno dogs allowed  
World heritage listed rainforests , beautiful scenery and loads of recreation for everyone to enjoy. 68km west of Gloucester, with access along the Barrington Tops Forest Rd. Bring your own firewood, gas or wood stove and drinking water.
Barrington Tops National Park
Mungo Brush Camping Area - Myall Lakes National Park
Myall Lakes NP
camping fees
vehicle camping
caravan and trailer
patrolled by rangers
toilets
water
kayaking
Scenic Drives
info centre
hiking and walking trails
boating
picnic tables
fishing
nno dogs allowed
disabled facilities
swimming
disabled facilities
sightseeing
Myall Lakes National Park offers a great range of water activities for campers to enjoy. The lakes provide sailboarding, skiing, boating and fuishing pursuits to name a few. Excellent walks and beaches for surfing. The camping ground is accessible from Mungo Brush Rd, just 22km's from Hawks Nest. Bring your own drinking water.
Myall Lakes National Park
Green Patch Camping Area - Booderee National Park
camping fees
vehicle camping
caravan and trailer
patrolled by rangers
toilets
water
kayaking
Scenic Drives
info centre
hiking and walking trails
boating
picnic tables
fishing
nno dogs allowed
disabled facilities
swimming
disabled facilities
sightseeing
Located on the coast of Jervis Bay, this beautiful region offfers the idilic surrounding for a totally relaxing and refreshing holiday. There are many water based activities including fishing, and boating and diving to enjoy. Access to the camping ground is off Jervis Bay Rd, a range of campsites. Firewood supplied. Bring gas/stove. Bookings Essential. www.booderee.np.gov.au
Booderee National Park
Geehi Camping Area - Kosciuszko National Park
camping fees
vehicle camping
caravan and trailer
patrolled by rangers
toilets
water
fires allowed
Scenic Drives
info centre
hiking and walking trails
bike
picnic tables
fishing
nno dogs allowed
disabled facilities
swimming
sightseeing
A diverse National Park, which includes Australia's highest mountain, Mt Kosciuszko. Great for winter sports including ski touring and cross country snowboarding. It is also an excellent destination in Spring through to autumn. Access via Alpine Way, 31km sth of Khancoban. Popular for Trout fishing. Bring firewood. Boil river water.
Kosciuszko National Park
Village Campground - Hill End Historic Site
Hill End Historic Site
camping fees
vehicle camping
caravan and trailer
patrolled by rangers
toilets
water
fires allowed
Scenic Drives
info centre
hiking and walking trails
bike
picnic tables
hot showers
dogs allowed
disabled facilities
historical
sightseeing
70km south of Mudgee is this beautiful historic area. Hill End is a window into the past gold rush era. Walk the historic streets and feel the days of booms thats was enjoyed. Why not do some fossiking while your here, or sightseeing, walking and mine tours. Right in the centre of Hill End Village. Coin operated showers and bring your own firewood.
Hill End Historic Site
Wollomombi Gorge Camping Area - Oxley Wild Rivers national Park
Oxley Wild Rivers NP
camping fees
vehicle camping
caravan and trailer
patrolled by rangers
toilets
water
fires allowed
Scenic Drives
info centre
hiking and walking trails
bike
picnic tables
hot showers
dogs allowed
disabled facilities
historical
sightseeing
World Heritage listed park, just east of Armidale. There is exceelent fishing, walking trails and remote huts to camp in. There are also breathtaking views over the waterfalls in the park. Access to the camping ground, is via Dangarsleigh Rd from Armidale. Boil water. Firewood available.
Oxley Wild Rivers national Park
Homestead Creek Camping Aea - Mutawintji National Park
Mutawintj NP
camping fees
vehicle camping
caravan and trailer
patrolled by rangers
toilets
water
fires allowed
Scenic Drives
info centre
hiking and walking trails
bike
picnic tables
hot showers
no dogs
disabled facilities
aboriginal rock carvings
sightseeing
telephones
The Outback of NSW is much more than desert and red dirt, as you will see if you come camping in this wonderous National Park. Spectacular scenery, caves, red gums, gorges and Aboriginal rock carvings. The camp ground is 130km NE of Broken Hill, on Broken Hill - White Cliffs Rd. Bring own water and your firewood. Guided Tours are available.
Mutawintji National Park

Handy Links

National Parks & Wildlife 1300 361 967
Department of Primary Industries - Fossiking 1300 736 122
Fisheries (02) 9527 8411

Photos courtesy - Tourism NSW

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