Within NSW are a number of National Parks and reserves which host all kinds of camping spots. There is such variety here that you are guaranteed to find something that meets your requirements as a camper, whether you are alone, in a couple, with friends or with family. Below we have listed some of the top spots in New South Wales for you to check ou
1 – Abercrombie Karst Conservation Reserve
This site is amazing if you are looking to get back to nature, but still want all of your luxuries at the end of the day. There are spaces for your tent or caravan and all of the camping necessities are provided, including hot showers. Try out one of the fantastic cave tours, go fishing in the creek or visit their magnificent waterfall!
2 – Blue Mountains National Park
Blue Mountains is one of the most well known of Australia’s national parks. The park has over 140km of trails and there are tons are spots to set up your camp. This is a wonderful geographic area, steeped in Aboriginal history. It’s also a protected site, filled with rare plants and animals.
3 – Apsley Falls Campground
This bush site, based at Oxley Wild Rivers National Park is great for bird watching and walking. You get toilets and barbecues with wood provided and some amazing spots up in the hills to explore, before relaxing with some delicious food around the campfire!
4 – Bonnie Vale Campground
Bookings are essential here at the family friendly campsite based in the Royal National Park. You can go fishing on Jibbon Beach, hike along many of the popular tracks, going kayaking in the river or even have a campfire on the beach.
5 – Uloola Falls Campground
This site is also in the Royal National Park, located close to Sydney. Visit in spring for some spectacular wildflower displays. Sleep under the stars or hang out around the waterfall! You can also swim, go fishing or try some astronomy.
6 – Pebbly Beach Campground
Stay here to enjoy an exploration of Murramarang National Park. Here you may end up camping alongside a kangaroo or two, and the site is small, so you’ll also likely make get to know your fellow campers. There is some amazing coastline to be seen here, swimming, fishing and walks around the park.
7 – The Basin Campground
Despite the long walk from car to tent, this is a hugely popular site and the only place you can stay if you want to spend time in Ku-ring-gain Chase National Park. The facilities are top notch, with a beach and inland lagoon to occupy you.
8 – Myall Lakes National Park
This area is definitely a highlight of the mid-north region. The site has some great facilities for you, and the park offers over 40km stunning wildlife, picturesque scenery, huge sand dunes and beaches, as well as one of NSW’s largest coastal lake system.
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