Black Range is a walk-in campsite 10 km from the Jenolan Caves along the 44 km Six Foot Track. This historic horse track connects Katoomba to the Jenolan Caves. Facilities Pit or composting toilets Sheltered picnic tables Rainwater tank (needs treating … Continue reading Black Range Campground: Free Camping Blue Mountains
I’ve put together a list of free campgrounds in and around the Blue Mountains to help you keep costs down while exploring this beautiful part of Australia. Continue reading Free Camping Blue Mountains, Australia
Cox’s River campground sits 15 km along the Six Foot Track, an old horse track connecting Katoomba to the Jenolan Caves. The campground can be reached by 4WD vehicles or on foot. If you drive, you will still have a short walk from your … Continue reading Cox’s River Campground: Free Camping Blue Mountains
Blackheath Glen Tourist Park is set amongst bushland beside a stream. The galleries, bookshops, swimming pool, and cafes of Blackheath are a short walk away. It is also close to some stunning lookouts. The friendly staff will provide you with … Continue reading Blackheath Glen Tourist Park: Blue Mountains Camping
This caravan park is all about the location. It’s a short walk from Echo Point where you can view the three sisters and the Blue Mountains. Katoomba’s restaurants, cafes and pubs are just a short drive away. The caravan park … Continue reading Katoomba Falls Tourist Park: Blue Mountains Camping
Just 1 hr and 10 mins from Sydney, and 40 minutes to the Blue Mountains National Park entrance, Bents Basin Campground is a convenient location for weekend getaways. It’s by the water making it great for fishing and kayaking. Sites are unmarked … Continue reading Bents Basin State Conservation Area Camping
This is a pretty campground in a bush setting on Lake Lyell near Lithgow, just two hours from Sydney. You can fish, water ski and kayak, or explore the Blue Mountains National Park. There are also a number of nearby … Continue reading Lake Lyell Camping Area
It was easy for the Blue Mountains to earn its Unesco World Heritage status because they really are so incredibly beautiful. Eucalypt trees blanket the valleys and slopes. It is the oil from their leaves that infuses the air with … Continue reading Blue Mountains, Australia: 29 pictures that will make you go WOW!