Stay

Places that suit your style

Whatever type of accommodation you fancy, there are all sorts of interesting places to kick back for the night throughout Central NSW. Continue your journey in a romantic cottage set among the vines of a cool climate vineyard, or with a genuine Aussie farming family on a historic sheep farm. From charming B&Bs and boutique hotels to caravan parks and well-known favourites, there is a place here for every traveller.

Select the location for your stay and the type of accommodation you would like from the search box.

Kedumba River Crossing campground

Kedumba River Crossing campground,
Oberon, New South Wales, 2787

Contacts
Email: bluemountains.heritagecentre@environment.nsw.gov.au
Phone: 02 4787 8877
Online Bookings: Click here to book
Website: https://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/camping-and-accommodation/campgrounds/kedumba-river-crossing-campground

Situated in a wide grassy area next to the Kedumba River, this walk-in campground is ideal for self-sufficient campers. Once part of the pioneering Maxwell Farm, Kedumba River Crossing campground lies in the heart of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area. From Katoomba, the campground is a 15.5 kilometre walk along the multi-day Mount Solitary walking track. You can also reach the campground via a nine kilometre walk down Kedumba Pass, along Kedumba Valley fire trail, near Wentworth Falls. Intrepid campers will find plenty of flat campsites to choose from, as well as toilets, picnic tables, and fire rings for a barbecue and bush tea. Once you've set up camp for the night, enjoy the peaceful surrounds, including breathtaking views of Mount Solitary, the Katoomba escarpment and Kings Tableland. At sunset, the sandstone walls glow gold, and on a clear night the Milky Way shines bright. Be sure to check out heritage-listed Maxwells Hut, the original Maxwell family homestead, and keep an eye out for red-necked wallabies and wombats. At dawn and dusk you might see platypus in the river, near the majestic stand of rare Camden white gums.

Campers use fire ring facilities at Kedumba River crossing campground, Blue Mountains National Park.
A couple set up a tent at Kedumba River Crossing campground, Blue Mountains National Park. Photo: Si
A couple with backpacks walk a fire trail to Kedumba River Crossing campground, Blue Mountains Natio

Search for Accommodation

Location

Accommodation Type

Select your region from the list below for more information on that location.