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Burralow Creek camping ground
Blue Mountains National Park 35 Campsites


General info


Getting there
Campsite is only accessible by 4wd vehicle
67.8 km WNW of Sydney
GPS: Latitude 33° 32′ 55.32"S Longitude 150° 36′ 16.92"E (-33.54870, 150.60470)
From Kurrajong Heights: drive along the management trail off Burralow Road (4WD only).
From Bilpin: Drive along the Patterson Range Fire Trail (4WD vehicle recommended).

General Information
You can park a trailer, or a tent in this campground - but no caravans
There are a total of 35 campsites
Carry own water in to the site or treat the creek water.

Bookings and contact information
You are not able to book these campsites - first come basis
For more information contact the NPWS Richmond office on:
Phone:02 4588 5247 (more contact details)

Fees
Free Camping - no camp fees apply
Adult=$0 Per Night
Children=$0 Per Night
No car entry fees apply
Vehicle=$0 Per Day

Facilities
Toilets
Pit or composting toilets are available
Showers
No showers are provided on site
Water
There is water onsite (or from a nearby creek) that can be treated for drinking
Picnic Tables
No Picnic tables or shelters are provided on site
Pit fire BBQs
Wood fired Pit BBQ's are provided - bring your own wood
Electric of Gas BBQs
Gas or electric BBQ's are not provided
Rubbish Bins
No rubbish bins provided - take your own rubbish with you
Campfires
Fires are generally permitted at this campsite, be aware of local fire bans.


Activities
Swimming
There is nowhere to swim


Nearest known Camping Stores
Store Address Phone Distance (straight line)
Richmond Camping Supplies 340 Windsor St , Richmond (02) 4578 3004 14.3 km
Summit Gear 11 Ross St , Glenbrook (02) 4739 4373 24.4 km
Boots Great Outdoors Shop 25 Home Centre Wolseley St , Penrith (02) 4733 5744 25.4 km
Kangaroo Tent City Cnr Mulgoa & Blaikie Rds, Penrith (02) 4733 4111 25.4 km
Getaway Disposals 549 High St , Penrith (02) 4732 2285 24.2 km

Park information


Blue Mountains National Park Check for park closures and fire bans

Attracting over 3 million visitors annually, Blue Mountains National Park holds some of Australia's most spectacular and diverse wilderness areas. Explore the Grose Valley, with its sheer sandstone cliffs, waterfalls and scenic walking, or enjoy the famous views of the Three Sisters. Easy access makes a day trips very worthwhile, but with such diversity it would be great to stay in one of the many B&B's and spend a few days soaking up the region.

Cost to drive a car into the park (if you do not have a valid pass)

$7

Camping is available in the park

$0 to $5

Public toilets are available in the park

Region: Sydney & Surrounds
Park fees
Camping
Facilities


Campsites in Blue Mountains National Park
Acacia Flat
Burralow Creek camping ground
Coxs River Camping Area
Euroka campground - Appletree Flat campervan and camper trailer area
Euroka campground
Ingar campground
Mount Werong campground
Murphys Glen campground
Perrys Lookdown campground
Euroka Campground - Darug
Euroka Campground - Red Gum
Euroka Campground - Nioka
Euroka Campground - Bennetts Ridge

Maps of campsite


Locality Map




Local area Topographical Map
Map Scale 1 km
Location of Burralow Creek camping ground
Map of Burralow Creek camping ground
Base map is used under licence and is © Department of lands   Panorama Avenue Bathurst 2795   www.lands.nsw.gov.au

User Comments

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lori - camping IP:122.108.47.xxx | 2011-08-11 02:48:20
Has a couple of bushwalks, and some interesting history behind the area. The campground gets busy, when we stayed in August we shared the area with 5 other camp sites on a Saturday night and 2 other campers on a Monday night so I imagine that in warmer weather it would get quite crowded. Ranger patrols during the week. The area gets very busy with day trippers. You can camp next to your vehicle. Water is available from the creek (not potable) There is a modern drop toilet available (a windy loo) Being a National park you are not meant to collect wood from the area but you can see where people have destroyed whole trees with chainsaws. No rubbish bins provided. One of the walks ends in a grotto and waterfall that has a glow worm population though last time I went we took the long dark walk at night and didnt end up seeing any. 4wd access only into the Burralow.
C123 - camp IP:122.106.96.xxx | 2011-12-12 11:46:31
Went there for the long weekend with mates. The road into the camp site is long about 20min and a real 4x4 is needed. We used a Subaru forester and it made it. Has a few nice walks we didn't get to see them all and its was pretty busy even at winter with about 5-6 families. Wasn't too much colder, the fire pits helped. Bring own wood but if needed there are a few spot where you can "find" some wood if needed.
Geoff Robbo - Burralow Camp Area IP:121.91.193.xxx | 2013-08-20 05:37:40
I have just been to the camp today and need to report there is no water or pic-nic tables. There is a creek but do not know if it is drinkable even after boiling it. Shared drop toilet is still there
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