**This is suitable for 2WD & tents/swags. 4WD is required in wet weather**
There’s no need to book at this charming setting; just roll up to the remote campground, pitch your tent and enjoy the walking and cycling tracks on offer.
The tall blue gums and blackbutts which surround this rustic campground in Watagans National Park make for a wonderful forest clearing for camping in. After you’ve settled in, why not take a walk along the Gap Creek forest walk? Or, venture to Monkey Face lookout for a spectacular view.
Make sure you bring a few comforts; plenty of drinking water and some firewood for those toasty times by the campfire. And while you’re relaxing by the fire, you’re likely to be serenaded by kookaburras, lyrebirds or the occasional after-dinner guest - the sooty owl.
Activities: day walking, picnics and barbecues, camping, mountain biking, motor vehicle use, astronomy and star gazing, birdwatching
Natural setting: grassy woodlands
Getting there: Bangalow campground is in the north east precinct of Watagans National Park. To get there:
Take Mount Faulk Road from Freemans Drive, Cooranbong into the park and turn left onto Bangalow Road.
The campground is a further 3.8km from the turnoff
Facilities: gas/electric barbecues (free), non-flush toilets, picnic tables, fire rings (bring your own firewood), carpark
Water supply: Water tank on site, however supply is variable. Recommend you bring your own drinking water.
Bookings: Bookings are not available for this campground.
Contact: Lake Munmorah, Phone: 02 4972 9000
Cooranbong, New South Wales, 2265
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