Visit Wollombi, Gateway to NSW Hunter Valley Wine Country
If you love nothing more than sleeping out under big skies and millions of stars then the Wollombi Tavern has FREE camping on site. For more self-sufficient campers, why not venture into Yengo National Park or the Watagans for some great Hunter Valley camping sites.
Camping is free at Wollombi Tavern. Toilets are available 24/7, but please note there are NO showers.
GIRRI GIRRA offers Aboriginal guided bush walks through Yengo National Park and Wollombi Valley. Come walk with us ...
Finchley campground in Yengo National Park is a good bet for self-sufficient travellers. A short walk from the Finchley Cultural Walk.
Gap Creek campground in Watagans National Park is perfect for families and adventure travellers alike.
The cottage comfortably fits 1 or 2 couples, 1 king size bedroom, 1 queen size bedroom, each with separate bathrooms. There is also a luxurious hot tub to relax in. Late check out of noon.
Only accessible by 4WD, Mountain Arm campground is a peaceful and remote rustic camping site which offers a great family getaway within Yengo National Park.
We have both cabins and a permanent canvas tent campground. These both offer a fully ranger-led evening and is not just a place to stay overnight!
Just roll up to the remote campground, pitch your tent and enjoy the walking and cycling tracks on offer.
Mulla Villa Guesthouse is part of Australia’s early colonial history. Camp on the property at our basic riverside camp ground.
Blue Gums campground is a secluded spot. Bring your mountain bike and explore the rugged wilderness. Access is via a locked gate - bookings are essential.
The terrific Mogo campground in Yengo National Park is made even more appealing by the colonial history, not to mention nearby Hunter Valley wineries.
Why not take the road less travelled … Visit Wollombi in Hunter Valley Wine Country … journey along historic Tourist Drive 33