Last Updated Feb 2017
Located alongside a small area of Heathland and within a short walk of Cathedral Rocks, this is a beautiful campground set amongst tall eucalypts and banksias.
The campsites are well defined and kept fairly separate from the main day use area allowing for more privacy, even when there are others there.
This loop walk is not to be missed. From the campground, it is approximately a 6km loop around some awe inspiring granite formations, along fern lined creeks and moss covered rocks. There is a bit of a climb up to the top (400m side track off the main circuit) but again, if you are fit enough, it is well worth the effort. Don't forget your camera, and allow plenty of time to soak up this amazing area.
This area is usually accessed from Native Dog campground however there is a turn off on the Cathedral Rocks loop that goes right through to Native Dog and past Woolpack Rocks turn off. There is a bit of a climb at to get up to the top, but it is well worth the effort with spectacular 360 degree views of the surrounding park. Allow plenty of time for photography, lazing on a boulder in the sun, or exploring the rock formations at the top of Woolpack Rocks. At 1400m above sea level, and being exposed on the granite at the top, means it can get very cold in winter. Don't forget the woollies.
$6 per night for adults - $3.50 for the kids
Self serve booth at campsite.
No bookings can be made for Barokee camp sites, however in all but the busiest times, you will have no trouble finding a spot
Longdrop or composting
No water available at this campsite
Fires may be allowed in built fire places. Please check local fire bans and rules.
Wood barbeques are available. Bring firewood and check firebans.
There are no known swimming spots at this campsite.
There is no fishing at or near this campsite.
There is no canoeing or kayaking at or near this campsite
This is a stunning National Park in the New England Region of NSW featuring impressive granite formations.
This campsite is accessable with regular 2wd vehicles.
The campsite is accessed via Round Mountain Road, off the Waterfall Way. The turn off is about 6km west of Ebor and 33km east from Wollomombi.
There is about 8km of unsealed road, however it is usually in pretty good condition
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