Caravans and Camping

Bellbird campground

Bellbird campground


Located close to the Coachwood picnic area in Washpool National Park, Bellbird campground offers secluded campsites where you can relax in privacy and enjoy the life of the rainforest.

Spend a day or two getting familiar with the birds and wildlife in this World Heritage-listed rainforest, which include that master of mimicry, the lyrebird. Also look out for fantails, rose robins and beautiful satin bowerbirds.

Bellbird campground suits car-based camping and small caravans or camper trailers and offers a paved picnic shelter with tables and gas barbecues.

**To keep visitors safe ALL camping in NSW national parks now requires a booking. For day visitors, please plan ahead and visit outside of peak periods (11am and 2pm). Check park alerts and visit COVID-19 updates for more information before visiting any park – www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au **

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Blue Sapphire Motor Village

Blue Sapphire Motor Village


from $35 per night

Blue Sapphire Motor Village has available large grassed drive through sites for RV travellers, en suite cabins and a two bedroom Villa available.

Blue Sapphire is located on 10 acres of beautiful trees and shrubs ensuring a shady spot in summer for an extended stay. Free laundry facilities and newly renovated amenities blocks will ensure your stay is enjoyable from all aspects. Located only 850 metres from the CBD it’s an easy stroll to town from the Park and close to swimming pool complex, hospital and other services.

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Boundary Falls campground and picnic area

Boundary Falls campground and picnic area


Just a short drive off the main road between Glen Innes and Grafton, the Boundary Falls campground and picnic area is tucked away in scenic dry forest on the site of an old sawmill. With everything you need, this is a great spot to unfurl the tent and set up camp for a few days.

Take advantage of the open spaces with some light sport, or pass an afternoon in the shade of eucalypts with the tempting aroma of barbecue in the air. With spectacular waterfalls nearby, it's a good idea to pack the camera.

Adventurous travellers might want to tackle the walk to Duffer Creek or the more challenging, multi-day Gibraltar-Washpool World Heritage walk. Keep an eye out for signs in the area, explaining local history, wildlife and flowers, like the state flower, the red waratah, which bloom here throughout the year.

**To keep visitors safe ALL camping in NSW national parks now requires a booking. For day visitors, please plan ahead and visit outside of peak periods (11am and 2pm). Check park alerts and visit COVID-19 updates for more information before visiting any park – www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au **

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Bullock Mountain Homestead

Bullock Mountain Homestead


from $70 per night

PLEASE NOTE - GUESTHOUSE IS CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE DUE TO RENOVATIONS.

Bullock Mountain Homestead is situated on 485 hectares but with the generosity of neighbours they have permission to ride over approximately 4,046 hectares.

The countryside varies from hour to hour with some open pastures for cantering and rugged bush tracks to just walk lazily along and really feel the tranquillity of Aussie bush.

The property has seven kilometres of river boundary and therefore creek and river crossings are always a pleasant experience for our riders. Anytime, weekends or during the week is a good time to get away, relax and enjoy the sounds of the bush. Bushwalking, fossicking and yabbying.

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Coombadjha campground

Coombadjha campground


Set up camp in beautiful rainforest surrounds just a short walk from your car at Coombadjha campground. This easily accessed rainforest retreat makes an excellent base for a couple of days exploring the World Heritage delights of Washpool National Park.

After you've set up your tent, stretch your legs along the short and easy Coombadjha nature stroll or spend the day discovering the beautiful 8.5km Washpool walk, a circuit that climbs through rainforest and dry forest before descending to cross Coombadjha creek. You'll see rare giant red cedar, coachwood, crabapple, figs and lilly pillies, a special feature of this walk. There are also many places for quiet contemplation along the way, like the pretty Summit falls.

Coombadjha campground is a wonderful location for rainforest ambles and spotting wildlife. On warmer days, you'll relish cooling off in Coombadjha creek's natural swimming pool.

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Emmaville Caravan Park

Emmaville Caravan Park


from $20 per night

Caravan park set in the quiet town of Emmaville. Powered and unpowered grassy level sites. Well kept amenities and grounds. Close to shops, swimming pool and Mining Museum.
Emmaville is a small rural town located in the New England area of NSW. The perfect spot to take scenic drives, try your hand at fossicking and fishing or relax in the tranquillity of the countryside.

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Fossicker Caravan Park Glen Innes

Fossicker Caravan Park Glen Innes


from $35 per night

Fossicker Caravan Park is a multi-award winning business, located in Glen Innes, just a 200 metre walk from the Services Club and shopping centre, and only 750 metres from the Visitor Information Centre and Post Office.

There are spacious en suites and drive through sites available and the powered sites are shady with most being on slabs. The amenities are clean and modern.

Their one and two bedroom self-contained brick villas can sleep up to seven people. These are fully self-contained with en suites. Free Wifi is available throughout the park.

The free camp kitchen and barbecue area is a great place to unwind and meet other travellers.

With on-site fossicking now available, come and see why previous guests have declared Fossicker Caravan Park to be one of the best that they have stayed in.

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Kookaburra Camping and Caravan Park

Kookaburra Camping and Caravan Park


from $10 per night

Located just minutes off the New England Highway on Castlerag Road Kookaburra Camping and Caravan Park is approximately halfway between the northern NSW New England towns of Glen Innes and Tenterfield. Look for the signs about 12 kilometres north of Deepwater.

Spacious campground Fire pits with wood supplied, five star amenities (including disabled), Shared shed and camp kitchen with barbecue (wood supplied)' Pet-friendly, dogs allowed on leash and eco cottage, is a brand new and ready to be enjoyed. Complete with a standalone solar system, this latest addition to Kookaburra Park can accommodate families or couples for a special weekend retreat. Two bedrooms, One queen bed, two single, Sofa-bed in lounge room, Slow-burning fireplace, Self-catering kitchen and dining.
We are 970 metres above sea level, Brisk winters and warm summers without the humidity! Mountain biking and walking trails, Farm animals and the closest supermarket is at Deepwater.

Duncan Macdonald is ready to welcome you to Kookaburra Park, but he’s not the only one! Complete with four-legged and feathered residents, this holiday destination has elements of a classic farm-stay experience, and plenty of wildlife and birdlife on the property’s 600 acres.

Get to know the sheep, spot a kookaburra in the treetops, or head into nearby Deepwater for a brew and a burger.

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Mann River campground and picnic area

Mann River campground and picnic area


For a nature getaway that's bound to impress the whole family, Mann River campground and picnic area features riverside camping in a beautiful bush setting. East of Glen Innes, near the Great Dividing Range, is an idyllic camping spot for a bush holiday or road trip pit stop.

Pitch your tent or park the camper trailer by the majestic Mann River in the shade of the towering she-oaks. The surrounding bush is a haven for wildlife and you're bound to see eastern greys, wallabies and perhaps even a wallaroo. Reptiles such as lace monitors, eastern water dragons and blue tongue lizards are often seen nearby.

Enjoy a refreshing swim along the banks, and if you're keen to explore don't miss Tommys Rock lookout and walking track.

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Mulligans campground

Mulligans campground


Just a short drive from Gibraltar House, Mulligans campground is a tranquil camping and picnic area near the forested haven of Little Dandahra Creek. Basic facilities make this a good spot for families looking for a weekend getaway, or adventure travellers looking for a jumping-off point for the extended Gibraltar-Washpool World Heritage walk.

Bring the binoculars for a spot of bird watching, or escape the summer heat with a cool dip down at the creek edge. Barbecues make this a great picnic spot for a Sunday rest, too, with lots of grass to accommodate everyone.

The area is named after Bill Mulligan, an early entrepreneur who promoted a hydro-electric scheme in the early 1900s. You can still glimpse Mulligan’s hut and the remains of two historic weirs as you relax by the water’s edge.

Like Gibraltar House, this is a perfect spot to delve into other national parks and reserves in the area, including Butterleaf, Mann River, Nymboida and Capoompeta.

**To keep visitors safe ALL camping in NSW national parks now requires a booking. For day visitors, please plan ahead and visit outside of peak periods (11am and 2pm). Check park alerts and visit COVID-19 updates for more information before visiting any park – www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au **

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Mulligans campground and picnic area

Mulligans campground and picnic area


Just a short drive from Gibraltar House, Mulligans campground and picnic area is a tranquil spot near the forested haven of Little Dandahra Creek. Basic facilities make this a good spot for families looking for a weekend getaway, or adventure travellers looking for a jumping-off point for the extended Gibraltar-Washpool World Heritage walk.

Bring the binoculars for a spot of bird watching, or escape the summer heat with a cool dip down at the creek edge. Barbecues make this a great picnic spot for a Sunday rest, too, with lots of grass to accommodate everyone.

The area is named after Bill Mulligan, an early entrepreneur who promoted a hydro-electric scheme in the early 1900s. You can still glimpse Mulligan's hut and the remains of two historic weirs as you relax by the water's edge.

Like Gibraltar House, this is a perfect spot to delve...

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Poplar Caravan Park

Poplar Caravan Park


from $25 per night

When visiting the beautiful New South Wales town of Glen Innes, Poplar Caravan Park is the place to stay. Located at the southern end of Glen Innes on the New England Highway and only a casual walk to the Town Centre.

Brett and Amanda the resident owners offer their guests only drive-through caravan sites and powered and non-powered camping sites, with clean, modern amenities and camp kitchen. Take away menu for Harry's Snack Shack onsite.

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The Glen Innes Showground

The Glen Innes Showground


from $25 per night

The Glen Innes Showground offers travellers a fully fenced, safe and secure camping area, close to town facilities.
Guests can enjoy shaded camping areas, perfect for tents, caravans and motorhomes.
The Caravan and camping space is perfect for large groups or you may like to choose your own secluded site.

Providing pets are kept under control, they are welcome.

Additional facilities available at The Showground include: Toilets (46, including two with disabled access); hot showers (18, including one with disabled access); ater tank refilling; lack water waste disposal system for caravans and motorhomes and easy access and turning space for big rigs.

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Three Waters High Country Holidays

Three Waters High Country Holidays


from $25 per night

Three Waters’ is located 15 kilometres northwest of Glen Innes, a major New England town, which is the Celtic Capital of Australia. Set high on the New England Ranges and on the flanks of Bullock Mountain at 1,170 metres ‘you feel you can touch the stars at night’. You can swim, fish, fossick for sapphires, bushwalk or just enjoy your surroundings in an extremely healthy climate. Available are level landscaped creek campsites with shelter sheds for caravans and tents, powered caravan sites, barbecue areas and campfire sites. There is a beautiful long section along the Reddestone Creek for fishing, catching yabbies or swimming with easy access to jetties and ladders. At a short distance from the camping area is the ‘The Gunyah’ which offers communal cooking facilities, a happy hour bar (BYO), a cosy wood heater, dance floor, library/reading area, showers and flush toilets.

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