Blue Mountains

Full details and Itinerary

Why catch a train or drive yourself to the Blue Mountains without a plan? At Great Camping Adventures we encourage you to use our equipment, plan ahead and book our overnight camping adventure. Imagine waking up to the sounds of kookaburras and cockatoos. We suggest you book our all inclusive camping equipment, which saves you time and money then the following day you can explore the Blue Mountains at your leisure.

Your host will have your tent(s) set up ready for your arrival. The following day you can self-drive and remain in the Glenbrook region and explore red hands cave or see the upper Blue Mountains and the many hiking trails and lookouts.

The Blue Mountains is steeped in history and there is so much to see. The Three Sisters, Scenic World, spectacular lookouts, hiking trails and hundreds of cafes and restaurants. During Covid we have suspended our weekend guided getaways but you can still book your overnight getaway and allow our team to have everything set up for you.

Please return to our home page and click on the link titled ‘tent hire’ and fill in the form and our team will be back in touch the moment we receive your information.

Below is a quick itinerary and times we will have your tents set up ready for your arrival.

Explore the Blue Mountains

Scenic World

After you have enjoyed a night camping in the Blue Mountains explore our regions most popular tourist attraction. Tickets available by clicking here.



Arrive in the Blue Mountains National Park. The Glenbrook precinct is located at the end of Brook Road, Glenbrook. Please enter main gates. A vehicle entry fee applies and can be paid on arrival using the automated machines or seeing the ranger on duty. Your ticket must be displayed inside your vehicle for rangers to see. Camping fees are included in your overnight tent hire. Please continue down to the causeway and follow the road until you see a turn to the left titled ‘Euroka clearing’. Follow this dirt road until you reach the valley, where your Great Camping Adventure representative will meet you.

4pm – 6pm

Introduction, induction, grazing platter and exploring the local camping grounds. Your guide will show you a short 45-minute bush walk and explain the history of our region.

As we are only supplying your tents for your camping getaway, your guide will leave you to prepare your own dinner. On arrival and as part of what we supply you will have suitable storage for food and full BBQ cooking facilities at your site.

NB: There is an advised curfew for loud noise of 9pm out of respect for others that may be camping nearby. We ask that you respect this curfew.

8am – 9am (suggestion only)

It is time for guests to commence departing on either their self-drive tour of the local National Park or the upper Blue Mountains including the Three Sisters. Please be aware that the park gates close at 6pm each night for security reasons and we suggest that you are back in the park well before that so you can prepare your dinner and enjoy a relaxing drink at your campsite. Our suggestion is that you leave early on your day and explore the upper Blue Mountains. You can always explore the local National Park including Red Hands Cave the following day. In summer months you can swim in the local Glenbrook creek at either Jellybean pool or Blue pool. These areas are clearly marked. We only recommend you visit these locations and please only swim in these waterholes if you are a strong swimmer. Always watch your children if they are swimming in these waterholes.

Camping In The Blue Mountains

Camping at Mogo Wildlife Park