Glen Davis Campground NSW

In the late 1930's Glen Davis was in the centre of the Shale Oil Industry, now it is somewhat of a ghost town.  The Capertee Valley is definitely worth a visit with its stunning scenery provided by towering sandstone cliffs in every direction you look. Glen Davis Campground is in the centre of town and as it is not within Wollemi National Park, dogs are allowed.   WHERE IS IT? Crown Crescent, Glen Davis NSW CAMP FEES Donation Box. CAMPGROUND INFORMATION Toilets/Showers [Read more...]

Bylong Community Sports Ground, Bylong NSW

The small township of Bylong has a great low cost campground available to travellers. We just stopped in for a quick travel break on our way to Glen Davis, however, we wouldn't hesitate to stay here on a future trip. WHERE IS IT? Bylong Valley Way, Bylong NSW CAMP FEES $10 donation - pay at General Store across the road. CAMPGROUND INFORMATION Large flat grassy area with amenities and a playground to keep the kids happy! Check out the listing on WikiCamps!

The Junction – Abercrombie River, Tuena NSW

The Junction is a beautiful quiet free camp on the Abercrombie River. There are spots right on the river to camp or a larger area on the way in that has plenty of space.  Abercrombie Caves is only 10 minutes north and worth a look! WHERE IS IT? Tuena, NSW CAMP FEES FREE!!! CAMPGROUND INFORMATION ▶️ Large area ▶️ Fires allowed ▶️ No power ▶️ Loads of Rubbish bins ▶️ Dog friendly ▶️ No amenities (there is a pit toilet but reading the comments on WikiCamps [Read more...]

Lake Wallace Recreation Area, Wallerawang NSW

Lake Wallace is a fantastic free camp and a great spot to use as a base to visit the Blue Mountains with it only being a 45 minute drive to Katoomba. WHERE IS IT? Wallerawang, NSW CAMP FEES FREE!!! CAMPGROUND INFORMATION ▶️ Large grassed area on lake▶️ Toilets / Showers▶️ Fires allowed▶️ No power▶️ Rubbish bins▶️ Dump point▶️ Pet friendly▶️ Fantastic playground▶️ Max. 48 hr stay We were down the far end at a spot on the edge of the lake - [Read more...]

Silo Art – Portland NSW

The Silos in Portland are officially named "The Foundations". Painted in 2018 by Artist, Guido Van Helten, the portraits are of men and woman that worked at the old cement works and are still living in Portland today. WHERE IS IT? The small township of Portland is located 25 minutes north west of Lithgow in NSW. Click here to open map in Google Maps SILO ART