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Camp Sites

The National Parks and Wildlife Service and NSW State Forests provide a number of managed camping areas.

All Camping Areas have toilet facilities and some have firewood provided.

Camp sites are clearly set out and each has it's own fireplace.

Water is usually not provided so you have to bring your own.  It is a good idea to bring your own wood too.

Fees are charged at some Camping Areas, others are free. It is best to check first.

Boyd River Camping Area
Boyd River Camping Area is located at Boyd Crossing, 6 kilometres from Kanangra Walls on the Kanangra Road. The camping area is well equipped with around 30 sites, fenced vehicle...

Ganguddy Campground
The Ganguddy Campground at Dunns Swamp is located in the Wollemi National Park about 25 kilometres from Kandos and Rylstone. Dunns Swamp was created when the Kandos Weir was built in...

Newnes Camping Area
The Newnes Camping Area is located in the Wollemi National Park about 300 metres along the track from Newnes. The camping area is nestled in the Little Capertee Creek valley, surrounded...

Terarra Creek Camping Area
Terarra Creek Camping Area is a small camp site in Nangar National Park. There are picnic and toilet facilities at the camping area.  You need to bring your own wood and...