Daley's Clearing Campground - Belanglo State Forest

Free Camping - New South Wales

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Just five kilometres west of the Hume Highway, an old cottage once stood in Daley's Clearing. The site is a good level camp spot surrounded by exotic pines and a great place for a picnic year round. From the Hume Highway, turn west into Bunnygalore Road and follow the signs to Daley's Clearing.  To access this camping area: Follow the dirt road from Gordon VC Rest area until you reach this bush camp.

Please be advised that the access road to this Site can be very corrugated in between grading. 


CMCA User
 17/11/2017
Big open area in pine forest. Level sites at a bit of a premium. Best spot down on edge of dam but nowhere too far out of the way. Toilets okay reasonable condition drop. Popular spot for trail bike riders obviously so weekends, holidays could be busy (and noisy). Good overnighter in striking distance (2 hours) of Sydney, but it,s a working forest and closed sometimes (eg December 1-22 in 2017). Check with NSW Forests.

CMCA User
 12/10/2016
This is a quiet stop about 5 km from the Hume Highway (M31). Left turn into Belangalo Road if heading north. Turn right into Belangalo Road if heading south. There is a turning lane on the highway from the right lane but it comes up quickly so be ready for it. The road in is gravel but in good condition & ok for 2WD in dry weather. Follow the road for about 3 - 4 km until you reach Dalys Road (about 5th road on the right) turn right here & travel about 1 km to the bend in the road. This is where the campsite is. The campsite is quite large & suitable for large rigs. Plenty of grass to pull up on mostly level. Full sun for solar & you can park under trees if you want the shade. There is one drop toilet fairly new & in excellent condition. No water available. This is a beautiful place to stay quiet & clean. Apparently it gets busy with trail bikes on the weekends so be mindful of that if planning to stay here. Two other vans here.

CMCA User
 02/09/2019
We came here mid week and there were only 2 other vehicles here. It’s a nice free camp with easy access. The roads in are unsealed but don’t require off-road equipment to access. We had a great stay.
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