Camp Blackman camping area
This is the big, main camping area in the national park, with 70 sites (32 with power), hot showers, gas/electric BBQs and a public telephone. Many of the park’s walking tracks start a short drive away, and there are short walks and cycling routes fanning out from here. In the clear areas around the camp one can often see mobs of kangaroos, and birdlife abounds. Drinking water is supplied although boiling or treating it is advised; you’ll need to bring your own firewood. To get here, take the John Renshaw Parkway to the national park, turn off for the visitor centre; the campground is just beyond.
Who to contact: Warrumbungle National Park Visitor Centre (02) 6825 4364 How to book: Warrumbungle National Park Visitor Centre (02) 6825 4364 for Balor Hut, The Woodshed Camping fees: pay fees and pick up permit at visitor centre
This campsite is located in Warrumbungle National Park
At Warrumbungle National Park, rocky spires emerge from heavily forested valleys and peaks, and gorges slice deep into the landscape. With its strange volcanic terrain, fresh mountain air and excellent camping, this is one of NSW’s most popular parks. It is definitely worth spending a few days here to give yourself a chance to do some of the many walks. For a truly special experience, hike out to Macha Tor to watch the rocky spires of the Grand High Tops come to life at sunrise. And though strenuous, the climb up to the Grand High Tops is rewarded with fantastic views.
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