The campsite is accessible by all weather unsealed roads suitable for 2wd vehicles
56 km NNW of Sydney
GPS: Latitude 33° 24′ 3.96"S Longitude 151° 2′ 36.6"E (-33.40110, 151.04350)
Access is off Wisemans Ferry Road with a small drive on unpaved roads. The turnoff is 5.6km east of Wisemans Ferry crossing and is signposted with a National Parks 'Mill Creek Campsite' sign.
You can park a trailer, or a tent in this campground - but no caravans There are a total of 30 campsitesTank water is available but needs to be treated to drink. A large group campsite is available for up to 30 people near the day use area. There are 30 numbered campsites spread across 3 main areas. There are plenty of timber-fired BBQ's some with bench seats provided. A pleasant place to camp, although can be very hot in summer. There is plenty of wildlife in the area - make sure your food is stored in hard containers.
The area is fairly flat, with grass and dirt terrain. The toilets have ramped access and are moderate size inside but have no handrails - assistance may be needed for people in wheelchairs.
Bookings and contact information
You can book a campsite by phoning the Campsite contactFor more information contact the Central Coast and Hunter Range Campsite bookings office on:Phone:02 4320 4203
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Camping fees applyAdult=$10 Per NightChildren=$5 Per Night
No car entry fees applyVehicle=$0 Per Day
Children rates apply to people aged 5-15 years (children under 5 are free)
Toilets Pit or composting toilets are available
Showers No showers are provided on site
Water No drinking water onsite - bring your own water
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 provided
Rubbish Bins There are rubbish bins provided on site
Campfires Fires are generally permitted at this campsite, be aware of local fire bans.
ActivitiesSwimmingThere is nowhere to swimNearest known Camping Stores
Named after the traditional custodians (the Darug People), this park has much history and some great sandstone formations. The wildflowers in spring add a wonderful touch of colour to the bushland. The Old Great North Road including its quarries, bridges and other features improves access and provides a great deal of interest for visitors. Close to Sydney and Gosford, it feels like stepping back in time when visiting this park.