Top 6 Camping Spots in NSW

No matter how much or little you camp, deciding where to camp is HARD! With so many options in NSW, it can be overwhelming trying to chose a place everyone is happy with.
So! To make it easier, we are going to reveal our TOP 6 absolute favourite campgrounds in NSW. And trust me, we are absolute experts in this field… I mean, we do glamp for a living!

1. Mill Creek Campground.

Immerse yourself in all nature has to offer at this stunningly peaceful spot. Just 90 minutes out of Penrith NSW, this sheltered spot is nestled amongst trees and glorious sandstone cliffs.

Take yourself on any of the various bush tracks available directly from the site, ride along the Old Great Northern Road, or even climb up onto the stunning sandstone escarpment nearby. And if you’re not already sold, this campground has all the necessary amenities onsite.

Sound like you? Get in contact with us today and we’ll help plan your escape into nature.

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2. Glenworth Valley

Glenworth Valley is a campground perfect for families and couples looking for a fun, peaceful holiday with plenty of activities for everyone to enjoy!

This beautiful campsite is spacious, secluded and nestled amongst the most beautiful trees and the sound of wildlife.

With horse riding, quad biking, kayaking and so much more – there really is something for everyone.

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3. Frazer Park

With coastal views, the beach and a lagoon just 50m away, this campground definitely makes the list as one of our favourites!  Take a dip in the lagoon, a long walk on the beach or dive under the waves as you watch the sun rise! Just 90 minutes out of Sydney, this picturesque site is a glamper’s dream come true – showers, toilets, picnic tables and a BBQ area available! However, as you can imagine this site is very popular, be quick to secure your spot here as there’s just 6 sites available! Get in touch with us today to secure your spot here with us.

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4. Bonnievale Campground

Bonnie Vale Campground is one of our all-time FAVOURITE coastal spots, and an ideal spot for a beach camping getaway for families, groups and couples! This riverside campground is nearby Jibbon Beach – go fishing, kayaking, enjoy a BBQ by the sea or even hire paddle boards for the whole family! Equip with showers, toilets, drinking water, tables and bbq facilities, this spot is perfect for anyone!

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5. Lake Lyell

The breathtaking views and the endless activities of Lake Lyell are the reason it comes in as our number #5 top favourite campground of NSW!

Go fishing, water skiing, swimming, canoeing, or even jet skiing! 😱 Or simply wake up to the stunning views and sit by the water for a relaxing weekend away! And if that’s not good enough, there’s hot showers, toilets and a covered BBQ area!

Its no surprise that Lake Lyell is by far the most frequently booked campsite here at Nomadic Belle, I mean… why WOULDN’T you choose this spot?

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6. Colo Riverside

Last, but certainly not least… we have Colo Riverside.

This campground is genuinely one of a kind – fishing is plenty, super spacious, there’s even a cafe for all our loyal #glampers, and it’s… DOG FRIENDLY! One of the most frequently asked questions we get is “Where can I take my dog?!” Here is your answer!

With water-front views, an incredible cafe on site, loads of activities (did someone say kayaking?) as well as secluded sites, its no surprise this site made the list.

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And, there you have it folks! Which one (or two or three!) will you be visiting this summer?

Click here to book your luxury glamping experience at any of these spots, or another favourite you had in mind!

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