Anyone got some good suggestions of good, scenic camping spots in NSW?
Best of Luck in your travels
In terms of recommendations from me I loved the Royal National Park and have always wanted to do Coastal walk which is a 26Km walk(2 days) from Bundena (Sydney) to Wollongong right along the cliff tops. I've done parts of it but haven't had the time to go down and do the full walk yet.
Because it's close to where I live I've done a bit in the Warrumbungle NP which is an old volcanic range and had some great hikes and camping sites that range in terms of facilities and out-of-the-way'ed-ness.
Another one which I always enjoy (probably because I have great childhood memories) is camping up at Coolar Tops. It's just outside of Coolar and the camp site is near the top of the waterfall and you can walk down to the bottom. One thing I always loved about the place is when you go there in winter the waterfall freezes over and you go down to the bottom and all the little pondie-lakie thing freezes over as well (at least until lunch time). In terms of facilities there aren't any except some fire pits and maybe a drop toilet (can't remember it though).
Mutawintji is also amazing especially if your interested in Aboriginal sites but if not it's some amazing scenery. Red rock and green trees beautiful colouring. Though it might be a bit hot in summer (and don't forget the flys).
One last one that I've always wanted to do that I've never had the chance is to go to the Stuart NP but again it might be too hot in summer.
I hope some of this has been some help.
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