Boyd River campground (30 sites)
Wheelchair access: easy
This area is fully wheelchair accessible.
Set on the banks of Morong Creek, Boyd River campground offers a peaceful setting in an open forest. Tall snow gums tower above and during early morning and late afternoon some of their inhabitants – sugar gliders, brush-tail possums and tawny frogmouths – can be seen. Wombats, wallabies and kangaroos sometimes join you in the campground. There’s also a recycled timber day hut on site to provide shelter, rain or shine.
Whether you want to go bushwalking, ride mountain bikes, have a keen interest in landscape photography, or are just eager for a getaway, this is the perfect destination. The start of both the lookout and waterfall walks are nearby, and Boyd River loop cycling trail starts in the carpark.
The closest town to the campsite is Oberon, and you can stock up on supplies there.
Activities: walking, mountain biking, road cycling, motor vehicle use, camping
Getting there: Boyd River campground is in the Kanangra Walls precinct of Kanangra-Boyd National Park. To get there:
- From Oberon: Turn off the main street onto Ross Street at the National Australia Bank, then follow the signs to Jenolan Caves and Kanangra-Boyd National Park. A 25-minute drive will take you to the park entrance. Follow this road to Kanangra Walls carpark. Allow an hour to get from the entrance to the carpark.
- From Jenolan Caves: Take the exit road to Edith up to the intersection with Kanangra Road. Turn left and continue towards Kanangra Walls for 25km. Watch out for wombats on the road.
Facilities: wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), non-flush toilets, picnic tables, carpark
Water supply: You can get drinking water from Morong Creek (boil it before use).
Bookings: Bookings are not available for this campground.
Blue Mountains (Blackheath), Phone: (02) 4787 8877
Dingo Dell campground (14 sites)
The campsite is situated beside Tuglow Hole Creek. This creek is quite small but has some waterholes big enough to cool down in if the weather is hot.If you're planning on cooking, please bring your own fuel stove or firewood. Visitors should camp in designated sites to avoid trespassing on private property.
Getting there: Travel to the campground via Kowmung River Fire Trail which is accessed from Kanangra Walls Rd or Banshea Rd. The route includes unpaved roads; 4WD vehicle essential. To avoid environmental damage, alternative routes and camping areas should be considered during periods of wet weather.
Facilities: non-flush toilets
Blue Mountains (Blackheath), Phone: (02) 4787 8877
Camping: events and activities
Blue Mountains Adventure Company
One hundred kilometres west of Sydney lies one of nature's most magnificent creations, the World Heritage listed Blue Mountains.
Endless stretches of sandstone cliffs, dramatic waterfalls and hidden canyons make up a landscape of stunning natural beauty. It provides a fantastic environment for the thrilling adventure activities of abseiling, canyoning, rock climbing, mountain biking and bushwalking - a lifetime's worth of adventuring is to be had in Sydney's beautiful backyard.
Blue Mountains Adventure Company (BMAC) was established in the Blue Mountains in 1984 as a specialist abseiling and rock climbing school. A few years later later BMAC became Australia's first licensed canyoning tour operator.
Our guides are highly qualified, experienced and safety conscious and mighty friendly. Our adventures still run for small groups, so you get the attention and experience you deserve. We'll run most of our expeditions for two or more people on any day. Tours are available all year round (except Christmas and Boxing Day.)
Visit our website or call us anytime to find out more.
More info: Blue Mountains Adventure Company, Phone: 02 4782 1271 (international +612 4782 1271)
River Deep Mountain High
See Aboriginal sites, wildlife, cliffs and chasms, remote locations, enjoy country-style meals and learn from specialist local guides.
We provide an amazing array of adventure programs and activities, including bushwalking (hiking), abseiling (rappelling), canyoning, rock climbing, mountain biking, 4WD tours and photo safaris. These can be offered as stand-alone products or in combination e.g. abseiling and canyoning.
Programs range from half a day to full days and beyond. Overnight and multi-day guided hikes are available, some with vehicle support. Private tours and safaris depart from Sydney, with quality camping in our exclusive Blue Mountains Safari Camp.
More info: River Deep Mountain High, Phone: 02 4782 6109 (international +612 4782 6109)
Simmo's Offroad Tours
Simmo's Offroad Tours is based in the central west of New South Wales, offering 4WD-based eco tours catering for small groups.
Simmo's 4WD Tours are perfect for couples, families, or small groups of friends; they provide private charter scenic 4WD tours, winery tours, 4WD tag-a-long tours and fully-catered overnight camping adventures.
More info: Simmo's Offroad Tours, Phone: 0415 641 343 (international +61415 641 343)
Australian Outback & Wilderness Tours
One-day and extended small group tours in 4WD vehicles.
Private eco tours visit remote wilderness, Aboriginal rock art sites and wild nature.
More info: Spirit Safaris, Phone: 1300 763 188 (International +61417244600)
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