Bellbird Campground

Last Updated Apr 2017

Bellbird has toilets Bellbird has picnic fireplaces There are bbqs available at Bellbird There are picnic tables available at Bellbird

Suitable for small caravans, camper trailers and tents in Washpool National Park

Firest are permitted (beware of fire bans in place) and there are well made fire pits, with barbecue plates (bring your own wood). There are also gas barbecues in the nearby undercover picnic area.

This is a spectacular area, in World Heritage listed rainforest.

Bellbird Campground is an optional start point for the 45km loop walk - Gibraltar-Washpool World Heritage walk

Facilities and activities at Bellbird

Number of sites:


Camping Fees:

$6 per adult per night

kids under 16 - $3.50

Under 5 - Free

A park entry fee of $8 per vehicle also applies for access to Washpool National Park


Self serve booth at campsite.

How to book:

Self registration envelopes. You will need to bring correct change, fill in envelope and display tag at your campsite.


Longdrop or composting


Not allowed

Water Availability:

No water available at this campsite

Camp fires:

Fires may be allowed in built fire places. Please check local fire bans and rules.


Gas/electric barbeques available.


There are no known swimming spots at this campsite.


There is no fishing at or near this campsite.

Picnic Tables:


Horse Riding:


Canoeing / Kayaking:

There is no canoeing or kayaking at or near this campsite

More Information


Location information for Bellbird


This campsite is accessable with regular 2wd vehicles.

Getting there

Take the Gwydir Highway, 75km from Glen Innes or 85km Grafton.

Take the Coachwood Drive turn off and follow to Bellbird campground

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