Bungleboori camping area

Dogs allowed Free No rubbish disposal Picnic area Toilets Vehicle-based camping Wood fireplace Cycling Horseriding Lookout Walking trails

Bungleboori is predominantly a stop-off point for those driving through the state forest on their way to the impressive Glow Worm Tunnel or Gardens of Stone National Park. It’s a pleasant spot amid towering pines, with walking tracks through rainforest nearby. To get here, turn off the Bells Line of Road at Clarence and follow the gravel road through Newnes State Forest. Note: the road is difficult to navigate at times – it’s 2WD in dry weather only. Bring your own drinking water, and a gas/fuel stove Oct–Mar.

Information

Who to contact: Forests NSW Bathurst (02) 6331 2044


This campsite is located in Newnes State Forest

Newnes State Forest is a conglomeration of native forest and pine plantations adjacent to Blue Mountains, Wollemi and Gardens of Stone national parks. Access is from the south via State Mine Hill Rd from Lithgow or via Newnes Forest Rd from the Zig Zag Railway (accessible with 2WD in dry weather only).


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