Barokee camping area
Barokee is the most popular campground, with secluded campsites amid eucalypts and banksia. There’s water in a nearby creek, but it needs to be treated or boiled, otherwise bring your own. Walkers can take on the 5.8 km (2.5 hr return) Cathedral Rock Track, or the 10.4 km walk to Native Dog Creek, where they’ll either need to stay the night before returning or organise a pick-up. This campsite can be reached via Waterfall Way south of Ebor.
Who to contact: Dorrigo Rainforest Centre (02) 6657 2309
This campsite is located in Cathedral Rock National Park
Cathedral Rock National Park is great bushwalking and rock climbing territory, with myriad opportunities for photography. The rugged, granite landscape is punctuated with giant boulders, massive tors and curious rock formations, with 1584 m Round Mountain its highest point. It’s 60 km west of Dorrigo via Waterfall Way, or via Ebor–Guyra Rd from the north.
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