Bungonia National Park

Camping

Bungonia campgrounds is an ideal place to camp if you enjoy activities such as hiking, caving, abseiling and rock climbing. There are many hiking tracks ranging from easy to difficult to dangerous. There is an onsite park ranger and you must register if you are going to carry out any of the activities within the park. There is no tours of the caves and is only for people with caving experienced. Hike in camping is allowed south of Trestles Track or by hiking down the White Track 3kms to the Shoalhaven River. Mobile phone reception is weak up top and there is no reception in the valleys. There is a quarry on the other side of the gorge which somewhat ruins the view of the gorge. It is due to close and the quarry revegetated.

Managing Authority

Bungonia National Park Office
838 Lookdown Road
Bungonia, NSW 2580
Office open 8pm to 4pm Wednesday to Sunday
Phone: 02 4844 4277. An infoline is also available on 02 4844 4341.
Website: http://www.npws.nsw.gov.au

Fees

Peak season Adult $10 Child 5-15 years $5 (starting school holidays in spring and finishing after school holidays in Autumn).

Bookings

Bookings required for long weekends, public holidays and for large groups.

Activities

Hiking, Caving, Birdwatching, Rock Climbing, Abseiling

Amenities

Timed hot showers. Camping Kitchen, Conference Room

4WD Access Only

4WD Only Access: No

BBQ Only

BBQ available: BBQ area available

Picnic Tables

Picnic Tables: Yes

Showers

Showers: Hot

Caravan

Caravans: ??

Toilets

Toilets: flush and pit

Activities

Hiking

Hiking: 5 hiking trails from easy to difficult

Swimming

Swimming: Yes

Canoeing

Canoeing and kayaking: On the Shaolhaven River.

Cycling

Cycling: On the roads only

Getting There

From Sydney take the M5 Motorway heading west and follow until you reach Marulan. This is your last sevice stop. About 2km past Marulan turn left for Bungonia. Just follow the signs to Bungonia. On the way out be sure to turn right into Jerrara Rd just after Bungonia Creek bridge as signposting is not very good on the way out and you might end up in Goulburn.

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