Cattai Camp Ground, Cattai National Park, is a good place for a bit of Glamping. This large picturesque camp ground on the Hawkesbury River boasts hot showers and toilet facilities and is only a short drive north of Sydney. Perfect if you wanna get the family out and about with having to rough it too much.
There is an abundance of wild life in the national park, and you'll be tripping over the roo's as you explore the walking trails and the nearby Cattai historical farm. Great to do either by foot or by bike.
The river is a good spot for water activities including kayaking/canoeing and the camp ground can be accessed by motor boat, however the jetty has a 10 minute limit.
A beautiful part of the world where you can experience camping, with a few of the comforts of home.
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Cost: Booking is essential: Bookings can be made on line at http://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/Cattai-National-Park/Cattai-campground/camping
Park entry fees are not included in your camping fees.
For further information contact Windsor (02) 4572 3100 Contact hours: 8.30am-4.30pm Monday to Friday (closed public holidays)
Getting there: Depending from which ever direction you are coming from take either Cattai or Wisemans Ferry Rd ( Essentially the same Rd) out to Cattai National Park and take the signed entrance out to the camp ground.
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