Coxs Creek camping area
Turn off the Forest Rd onto Pinnacle Rd, and you’ll soon reach a short track that leads to Coxs Creek camping area. There are a number of sites here, scattered along the pretty and sheltered Coxs Creek. You can either boil or treat the water from the creek or bring your own drinking water. Bring your own firewood; gas/fuel stove is preferred.
Who to contact: NPWS Mudgee (02) 6370 9000 How to book: NPWS Mudgee (02) 6370 9000 for Brackens Cottage
This campsite is located in Coolah Tops National Park
Located in the Liverpool Ranges, on the narrow Warung Plateau, Coolah Tops National Park enjoys spectacular views of Warrumbungle Range and Mt Kaputar, plunging waterfalls and a wealth of plant and animal life. The fire trails on the plateau make for good mountain-biking and the giant grass trees near the Barracks camping area are truly impressive, as is the view from the lookout at the end of Pinnacle Rd. The park is 120 km north-east of Mudgee and 30 km east of Coolah via Coolah Creek Rd.
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