Self-sufficient backpack walkers can camp in the national park to the south of the Great Western Hwy. Camping is not permitted within 200 m of any public access road, visitor facility or constructed walking track. Walk-in campers should take care to be sufficiently prepared for all weather, and bring plenty of food, water and good topographic maps. It’s advisable to contact NPWS before setting off to register your intended route and obtain track and camping information.
Who to contact: NPWS Blackheath (02) 4787 8877 for Acacia Flat camping area (walk-in camping), Burra Korain Flat camping area (walk-in camping), Dunphys camping area, Ingar Campground, Murphys Glen Campground, Perrys Lookdown camping area; NPWS Oberon (02) 6336 1972 for Batsh Camp camping area, Mount Werong Campground; NPWS Richmond (02) 4588 2400 for Burralow Creek camping area, Euroka Campground How to book: NPWS Richmond (02) 4588 2400 for Euroka Campground
This campsite is located in Blue Mountains National Park
With wonderful walks, breathtaking views, idyllic picnic spots and many reminders of the area’s Indigenous and European cultural history, this is one of Australia’s most visited national parks. Call in at the Heritage Centre at Blackheath or visitor centres at Echo Point and Glenbrook for detailed information about walking tracks, camping and Discovery walks.
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- Mount Werong Campground
- Burralow Creek camping area
- Ingar Campground
- Dunphys camping area
- Burra Korain Flat camping area (walk-in camping)
- Acacia Flat camping area (walk-in camping)
- Euroka Campground
- Batsh Camp camping area
- Perrys Lookdown camping area
- Murphys Glen Campground
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