Mogo Creek Campground
If you’re a bit of a history buff, this is the campsite for you. It’s situated on the Old Great North Rd, built using convict labour over a decade from 1825. Near here is the Circuit Flat Bridge, constructed in 1832. If coming here from Wisemans Ferry you will pass through St Albans, with its historic pub, and to the north is Bucketty, and more interesting remnants of the Old Great North Rd. You can explore the road on foot; alternatively, you can take a trip into historic Macdonald Valley, the majority of which was settled in the 1800s by convicts and their families.
How to book: NPWS Central Coast (02) 4320 4203
This campsite is located in Yengo National Park
Part of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, Yengo National Park is a rich tapestry of rugged natural beauty, and Indigenous and European heritage. There’s no shortage of ways to savour it, from 4WD touring to bushwalking, mountain-biking and horseriding (in the southern part of the park).
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