Camping in the Bathurst Region

Camping in the Bathurst Region

Bathurst is full of fantastic camping opportunities for all seasons. Whether you are looking for a powered caravan site or a secluded bush camping experience there is something for everyone in the Bathurst region.

Featured camping and caravan sites close to Bathurst CBD

Barcoo's Farmstays Bathurst

Pull up stumps on our 300 acre farm just on the outskirts of Bathurst past the village of Perthville. Set up with all the camping creature comforts including a communal campfire, enclosed camp kitchen, toilet and hot water showers. For families, included morning and afternoon farmstay activities. For adult campers - we leave you alone to sit back and enjoy the serenity

Bathurst Showground

Located in a central position close to the CBD and walking distance to shopping centre, restaurants and hotels. Offering powered and unpowered sites with grassed level areas and amenities including toilet and shower facilities. Camping entry is between 11.00am and 6pm and check-out is strictly 10am. We are pet friendly but must be on short leads at all times.

NRMA Bathurst Panorama Holiday Park

Offering a range of accommodation including studios, one and two bedroom cabins, as well as ensuite, powered and unpowered sites for caravanning and camping. Facilities have been recently upgraded and cabin accommodation renovated.
Travelling with your pet! Our park is pet friendly on sites and in selected cabins.
Featured National Park camping and caravan sites around the Bathurst region.

Abercrombie Caves Campground

If you are planning a trip to the Abercrombie caves, consider staying overnight at the Abercrombie caves Campground. Equipt with toilets, showers, powered sites and BBQ facilities. Campsites start at $24 a night, booking required.

Abercrombie River National Park

Abercrombie River National Park has 4 different campsites to choose from each with varying amenities available. Some are only reachable via 4wd. Bookings are required a booking fee of $6 will apply.

The Diggings

The Diggings campground resides in the northern section of Turon National Park. It has sites suitable for tents and off road camper trailers. A 4wd is needed to access this site. Toilets and wood fire BBQ available. Booking are required and a booking fee of $6 applies.

Woolshed Flat

Turon national park on the eastern side of Turon National Park. Woolshed Flat sits on the bank of the Turon river with space for tents and off road camper trailers. A 4wd is needed to access this site. Woodfire BBQ available. Bookings are required a booking fee of $6 applies.

Glendora Campground

Just on the edge of Hill End the Glendora Campground has powered and unpowered sites catering for caravans, trailers and tents. Toilets, showers, drinking water, BBQs, picnic tables and fire pits are available. Bookings are required, rates may vary read more on the national parks website.

The Village Campground

Right by the centre of the historic Hill End township. The village campground can accommodate tents, caravans and trailers with powered and unpowered sites available. Toilets, showers, barbeques, fire pits and drinking water available. Bookings are required rates may vary.
Featured campaign and caravan sites in the Bathurst region and surrounds.

Jenolan Holiday Park

40 minutes south of Bathurst in neighbouring Oberon. The Jenolan Holiday Park can accommodate powered sites for caravans, with options for tent camping. Showers, toilets, BBQ areas, central shared fire pit, and drinking water available. Read more for rates and availability

Trunkey Creek Showground

40 minutes south of Bathurst, Trunkey Creek showground can accommodate powered sites for caravans and camping, with toilets, showers, fire pits and BBQ areas. Overnight fees apply and can be payed at the Black Stump Hotel. Read more to find out about availability and costs

Wattle Flat Heritage Lands

Between Bathurst and Sofala the Heritage Lands sits 30 minutes north of Bathurst. With caravan accessible and suitable for tents, the heritage lands is equipped with toilets and a picnic area. An overnight stay costs $5 payable at the Wattle Flat general store.
Plan your trip in Bathurst with our online campsite map.                                                                                                                      Toggle the side bar by the map header to select specific sites or areas.
There are plenty of opportunities for free camping and bush camping in the Bathurst region. Download our Bathurst region and surrounds camping guide for more information. 
If you are looking for some great spots for star gazing, cross reference our camping map with the International Light Pollution Map. You will find plenty of free camping areas where you can view the sky without light pollution towards the Sofala Turon area.
If you are planning on having a fire while camping please check Current Fire Danger Ratings prior to your trip as it may not be safe to do so.