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Murphys Glen campground
Blue Mountains National Park


General info


Getting there
Campsite is accessible by unsealed roads usually fine for 2wd vehicle in the dry, but may not be passable after rain
68.3 km W of Sydney
GPS: Latitude 33° 46′ 11.1"S Longitude 150° 29′ 26.808"E (-33.76975, 150.49078)
From Woodford, drive along Bedford Road (from Railway Parade). A 4WD may be required in wet weather.

General Information
You will need to walk a short distance from your car to the campsite - no caravans or camper trailers

This is a nice and secluded camping ground in a forest of tall trees. A short walk through the rainforest will takes you down to Bedford Creek.

Bookings and contact information
You can book a campsite by phoning the Campsite contact
For more information contact the NPWS Blue Mountains (Blackheath) office on:
Phone:(02) 4787 8877 (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
No drinking water onsite - bring your own water
Picnic Tables
Picnic tables are provided on site
Pit fire BBQs
Wood fired BBQ's are not provided
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
This is a Fuel Stove only area, solid fuel (eg wood) fires are not permitted at any time. Gas stoves may be used, but be aware of local fire bans.


Activities
Swimming
There is nowhere to swim


Nearest known Camping Stores
Store Address Phone Distance (straight line)
Summit Gear 11 Ross St , Glenbrook (02) 4739 4373 12.1 km
Boots Great Outdoors Shop 25 Home Centre Wolseley St , Penrith (02) 4733 5744 16.7 km
Kangaroo Tent City Cnr Mulgoa & Blaikie Rds, Penrith (02) 4733 4111 17.2 km
Getaway Disposals 549 High St , Penrith (02) 4732 2285 18.9 km
Mitchell Adventure 24 Henry St , Penrith (02) 4731 8482 19.9 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 Murphys Glen campground
Map of Murphys Glen campground
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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bronwen - murphys glen IP:122.107.9.xxx | 2009-04-12 16:28:03
great spot staryed there last night there is plenty of spots to camp, not a lot of walking as most of the tracks are over grown, the rangers patrol regularly so control behaviours great spot for families to go, it wasn't even cold :lol: highly reccomend it
Australia Survival - Not Bad Spot IP:58.165.219.xxx | 2009-07-16 11:16:33
Not Bad Spot, a small walking track near the camp site, you dont have to walk to the camp site, you can camp near your car. very quiet, very bush like. :D

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Ollie - Murphys Glen IP:124.188.248.xxx | 2009-12-08 10:52:05
Hey was wondering if anyone could tell me how you would get there if you would get a train? stop at woodford and get a cab? cos i have no car and i feel like camping.
admin - re: Murphys Glen Super Administrator | 2009-12-08 21:12:46
Ollie wrote:
get a cab?

I have not caught a cab here, but I have found that The Blue Mountains Taxi Company are good for bushwalkers so it would be worth giving them a call.
Happy camping
Matt :)
Tank - extra info IP:202.124.74.xxx | 2010-05-24 23:05:24
there is an actual camp site, i thought where you parked your cars was it. that being the case, camper trailers and caravans are feasable, seen them there often (been there more then a dozen times) fires are alright, the rangers dont mind as long as its controllable and rocked in. along the drive into down to the camp site keep an eye out for standing dead wood and other wood. as the camp site has been pilaged many times over of anything burnable, i normaly set up camp, go for a drive back up the track and grab a boot load or two of what ever wood i can find, 500m away from camp is heaps of wood. does get quite cold in winter (had to use chopped grass under tent to stop cold rising).
swimming spot... there is one, from the camp site head back up the track, to the day area . from the road head straight through the bolards. cross creek, climb down cliff and follow track for 30 or so mins. eventualy you come to a sort of lake, including little beach, other then start bit mostly easy going. anymore questions.. nick.k.williams@hotmail.com
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