Caravanning & Camping in the Hawkesbury
The Hawkesbury River has some amazing camping and caravanning options on offer - it's hard too believe that we are only an hour and a half from the heart of Sydney. The Hawkesbury is surrounded by five giant National Parks and the Hawkesbury River runs for 120km from Yarramundi to Broken Bay. Our camping and caravan options all have different personalities - from basic free bush camping in the Wollemi or Blue Mountains National Parks to camping on the Hawkesbury River where you can launch your boat or go fishing. There are also plenty of caravan parks with full facilities for seasoned travellers.
One of our favourite spots to camp is the Colo River - this stunning wilderness river offers great opportunities for liloing, bushwalking, kayaking and relaxing.
The listing has ideas to help you plan your camping trip in the Hawkesbury River area. And many of the caravan parks (and camping grounds) accept pets so the whole family can go on holidays together! Caravan parks are listed first followed by camping sites.
Cattai Campground - Cattai National Park
Off Cattai Road, Cattai NSW 2756
1300 072 757
Unpowered sites, hot showers, toilets, BBQs - bring your own firewood, picnic grounds, bushwalking and historic site. Vehicle entry fee and camping fees apply
Mill Creek Camping Area - Dharug National Park
Off Wisemans Ferry Road (between Wisemans Ferry and Gunderman)
1300 072 757
Unpowered camping sites, BBQs – bring your own firewood, compost toilets (wheelchair accessible), bring your own drinking water, bushwalking, mountain bike trails. Camping fees apply
Upper Colo Reserve - Hawkesbury City Council
Hulbert Road, Colo NSW 2756
02 4560 4444
Unpowered tent sites, cold showers, toilets, electric BBQs, rain water tank - bring your own drinking water, sheltered picnic area - bring your own firewood. Bookings essential, contact Hawkesbury City Council on 02 4560 4444 during business hours Monday to Friday. Pets - on lead only. Fees apply