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Top 5 campsites that allow fires near Blue Mountains National Park

The 2019-20 camping season has been tough for many communities in Australia. Visiting these communities and spending tourism dollars is a great way to help. If you'd like to support the communities directly you can also donate via the Red Cross or search for country fire departments across Australia and make donations directly. Stay safe and support our Australian regional communities.

Some fires are caused by campfire negligence. Whether you're new to camping or a regular, Forest Fire Management Victoria has a great video on how to have a responsible campfire.

Finally, always check the fire restrictions for the area you're visiting (VIC, NSW, QLD, SA, WA, TAS, NT) before and during your trip.

Photo of Murphys Glen campground

Murphys Fire Track, Blue Labyrinth NSW 2782

Murphys Glen campground

8 Ratings
Photo of Burralow Creek campground and picnic area

169 Burralow Rd, Sydney, New South Wales

Burralow Creek campground and picnic area

16 Ratings
Photo of Cathedral Reserve

119 Mount Irvine Rd, Mount Wilson, New South Wales

Cathedral Reserve

20 Ratings
Photo of Broken Bridge

2-58 Bowens Creek Road, Mount Irvine, New South Wales

Broken Bridge

1 Rating
Photo of Small Campsite

Rodriguez Pass Walking Track, Blue Mountains National Park, New South Wales

Small Campsite

0 Ratings