Ben Halls camping area

Camper trailer Caravan access Disabled Free Gas/electric barbecue Information No dogs/pets No rubbish disposal Picnic area Picnic shelter Ranger Toilets Vehicle-based camping Wood fireplace Hiking trails Lookout Nature walk Scenic drives Walking trails

The grassy unpowered campsites here are set beside historic Seatons Farm, and are a 30 min walk from Ben Halls Cave. The farm is a well-preserved Depression-era structure, with interpretive signs that give a fascinating insight into life here in the 1930s. There are BBQs at the campsite, but you’ll need to bring your own firewood and drinking water. To get here, follow Back Piney Range Rd and Weddin View Rd.

Information

Who to contact: NPWS Forbes (02) 6851 4429


This campsite is located in Weddin Mountains National Park

Weddin Mountains National Park is a crescent-shaped pocket of rugged cliffs and gullies 390 km west of Sydney and 20 km south-west of Grenfell. Its claim to fame is that notorious bushranger Ben Hall hid out here. Highlights include walking tracks, great views and an old settlers’ farm from the 1930s.


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