Burbie Camp Camping Area - Warrumbungle National Park NSW

See ancient volcanic remnants from the Grand High Tops track, one of Australia's great walks. White Gum Lookout walk is a 1-km return bitumen track suitable for wheelchairs, with views of jutting peaks and the western plains. Gurianawa track (less than 1-km return loop suitable for wheelchairs} leads down to Spirey Creek and provides good views of the old volcanoes, Siding Spring Observatory and flats. Walking tracks vary widely in grade and length - several are easy and well formed while others are steep and rough.
The volcanic cliffs are popular for rock climbing {not permitted on The Bread-knife; you'll need a permit elsewhere). Discovery walks, talks and tours are available in spring and autumn school holidays or to groups on request; these include walks to Tara Cave with a local Aboriginal guide, spotlight night walks and children's activities.
Camping is available at Camp Blackman (facilities include hot showers), Pincham (backpack camping} and several other sites. Book for large groups (phone 6825 4364). There are wheelchair-accessible toilets at Camp Blackman, Split Rock, the Woolshed and Canyon picnic area. Groups can hire the Woolshed for undercover camping; call the visitor centre for details.
Access 35 km west of Coonabarabran on John Renshaw Parkway, or 80 km north-east of Gilgandra via Gumin Road (partly unsealed}. Vehicle entry fee applies. Wheelchair access: medium
The showers in this wheelchair-accessible camping area arenít suitable for visitors in wheelchairs, but the toilets are designed for wheelchair access.
It's a short drive from this campground to the main walking tracks, and there are short walks and cycling routes nearby. There's also a picnic area close by with electric BBQs. There are 32 powered sites at Camp Blackman, suitable for caravans, camper trailers, motor homes and tents.
Getting there: From Coonabarabran, travel along John Renshaw Parkway to the park. Take the turnoff to the park visitor centre, and travel past the visitor centre to the campground.
Facilities: picnic tables, wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), gas/electric barbecues, non-flush toilets, flush toilets, hot showers, cold showers, amenities block, public phone
Water supply: Untreated water is available - we recommend you boil it before drinking.
Bookings: Booking is not required. Camping areas are busy during Spring and Autumn school holidays, Easter and the October long weekend. Powered sites may be in short supply at these times.

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Contact and Location
Burbie Camp Camping Area
Mt Exmouth Fire Trail - S
Warrumbungle National Park NSW 2357
P: 02 68254364
GPS:S31 17 57,E148 57 36
GPS:S31 17.9601,E148 57.6092

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