Wog Wog camping area

Drinking water Free Information No dogs/pets Ranger Toilets Vehicle-based camping Wood fireplace Hiking trails Walking trails

This is one of the park’s 4 main entrances, on the central-eastern boundary of the park off Charleys Forest Rd. It’s a good place to regroup before and after an extended walk. There are a number of overnight walking tracks you can take from here, including the Wog Wog to Bibbenluke track. Contact NPWS for detailed track information. Bring your own drinking water or boil/treat the creek water. Bring a gas/fuel stove.


Who to contact: NPWS Fitzroy Falls Visitor Centre (02) 4887 7270; or NPWS Ulladulla (02) 4454 9500 How to book: NPWS Fitzroy Falls Visitor Centre (02) 4887 7270 for Gambells Rest camping area

This campsite is located in Morton National Park

Morton National Park is a world of dense bush, spectacular sandstone country, deep gullies and thundering waterfalls. This national park has been a popular retreat for more than a century – well-developed visitor sites are a feature in the northern section, while the south, which includes the rugged Budawang Ranges, caters for the wilderness-savvy walker. While Pigeon House Mountain is better known, the strenuous hike up to the Castle is spectacular, with incredible views over the Budawang Ranges.

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