Camping

CAMPING IN THE BLUE MOUNTAINS

The Blue Mountains is packed with a range of camping options, from free bush camps to Caravan Parks with excellent facilities and sites for tents or vans. CAMPING & CARAVANNING IN THE BLUE MOUNTAINSdisplay.image (5)

Some to try:

BLUE MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK CAMPING

  • Lower Mountains - Euroka Clearing at Glenbrook
    An entrance and camping fee applies. Bookings are via the National Parks and Wildlife Richmond office. Toilets provided (no other facilities) This campground is also a popular picnic area where you may see the occasional eastern grey kangaroo and is easily accessible with a 2WD car.
  • FREE Mid Mountains - Murphy's Glen at Woodford and Ingar at Wentworth Falls
    Camping here is free, however, access is via unsealed roads/fire-trail and a 4WD may be required after rain. Toilets provided (no other facilities)
  • FREE Upper Mountains - Perry's Lookdown at Blackheath
    Camping here is free, however there are only 5 sites and 1 night stay only applies. Toilets provided (no other facilities)
  • View National Parks website

display.image (6)BLUE MOUNTAINS TOURIST PARKS

  • Katoomba Falls Tourist Park
    This park is in the heart of Katoomba has easy walking access to the famous Three Sisters and Scenic World.
  • Blackheath Glen Tourist Park
    This park is opposite the beautiful Memorial Park and Blackheath swimming pool and just 10 minutes drive west of Katoomba. Both Caravan parks have a good range of accommodation options including cabins, powered, unpowered, en-suite and grassy camping sites. Facilities include toilets, showers, laundry and covered BBQs. Both parks are close to popular bushwalks and lookouts.
  • View Tourist Parks website

BLUE MOUNTAINS CITY COUNCIL CAMPING GROUND

  • FREE The Old Ford Reserve in Megalong Valley
    This free camp ground is a bush campsite located in the picturesque Megalong Valley. Access is via sealed road and is easily accessible with a 2WD car. Toilets provided (no other facilities)

Visitor Information Centres Tip
It's always a good idea to pack a gas or liquid fuel stove for camping trips in the Blue Mountains National Parks as campfires and/or collecting firewood may not be permitted.