The Pines Campground - Coolah Tops National Park

National Park - New South Wales


The Pines campground is a remote camping area set between a stand of tall pine trees and a large grassy herb field. Far away from the hustle and bustle of the city, it’s a peaceful setting to get back to nature.

It’s a large campground, so there’s room for everyone, perfect for big groups and plenty of space for caravans and camper trailers.

Head off to see nearby waterfalls and scenic views on walking and mountain bike trails. Kick a footy with the kids, wander off with your binoculars to the nearby creek for a bit of birdwatching, or just relax under the shade of a tree with a good book.

At night, stoke up the coals on the fire and cook a delicious hot meal. Swap stories around the campfire, then snuggle up in your sleeping bag for a well-deserved night’s rest.

To get here:  After entering the park, continue on The Forest Road for approx 7km.  Turn right into Hildegard Road.  Continue on Hildegard Road for about 1km to The Pines Campground.

There are many lookouts with magnificent views. Great for walking or biking with hybrid bikes with bush tyres. Very dark at night great for stargazing or photography. There are no bookings and no fees, just turn up. No time limits. You will find lots of kangaroos, birds and other wildlife in addition to waterfalls and creeks. There are very few people even in busy times. Very relaxing place to chill out in the bush. Access is by 13 km of stony hilly gravel road with cattle grids and dips. If possible, reduce your tyre pressure to minimise the chance of punctures. Vehicles with long overhangs need to take care over the dips. We saw several caravans and smallish motorhomes campervans. The remainder were camper trailers or just tents. A semi-remote area no communications of any sort.
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