Euroka, Blue Mountains National Park, is a large well maintained camp ground broken into smaller grassed camp areas. Though it is close to western Sydney it is still bush camping with only drop toilet facilities and fire pits available, so you'll need to come prepared with water, wood, gas etc.
The surrounding national park is great for a spot of hiking, Mt biking, swimming, fishing or taking in the areas rich cultural heritage, especially at red hands aboriginal site.
Due to its proximity to Sydney and the variety of activities available in the park, this campground becomes very popular and bookings area recommended during peak periods.
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Cost: Bookings can be made on line at: http://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/blue-mountains-national-park/euroka-campground/camping or by contacting Blue Mountains (Glenbrook) (02) 4720 6200 (Infoline) $8 Vehicle Park entry fees are not included in your camping fees.
Getting there: From Glenbrook on the western side of the Nepean River, take Bruce Street out to the National Park. National Park is well signed from the Great Western Hwy.
Booluomba Ck, Conondale Nat Park
North of Brisbane, QLD
A secluded campsite set in an amazing Rainforest setting on the beautiful Booluomba Creek. The creek is cool and shallow, great for the kids or for just lounging around in, and the water is some of the clearest fresh water you'll ever come across. The tent only camp sites are well kept and shaded. If you love bush camping this is a site well worth visiting.
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