Dead Horse Gully Campground


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You are now required to make a booking for all campgrounds and campsites in NSW national parks. This includes locations that were previously available for use without a booking. This is necessary to protect our visitors and prevent the spread of COVID-19. Book online or contact the National Parks Contact Centre on 1300 072 757. Dead Horse Gully campground in Sturt National Park near Tibooburra in outback NSW offers sites for caravans and motor homes and is close to touring routes and walks. Dead Horse Gully campground is about 1.5km north of Tibooburra. To get there, follow the Silver City Highway out of town and turn left at the campground sign. There are unsealed roads suitable for 2WD vehicles. Sites are unpowered, unmarked and suitable for tents, camper trailers, caravans and camping beside your vehicle. Facilities include picnic tables, barbecue facilities, carpark and toilets. Water is available at this campground, however you'll need to treat it before drinking. Bookings are not available at this campground. Park entry fees apply. This is a remote campground, please make sure you arrive well prepared; bring appropriate clothing and equipment and advise a family member or friend of your travel plans. Check the weather before you set out as roads in Sturt National Park may close following rain. Gathering firewood, pets and smoking are not permitted.

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Lat: -29.416194 Lng: 142.00166

User Reviews



A very nice camp. Drop toilets. Unfortunately for us no gas in the bottles where we camped. I would say "serene". Beautiful birds. Lots of walks and not far out of Tibooburra - 3 days so far, could be more if the road to Nocundra doesn't open tomorrow.. Thank you NSW Parks.



Nice quite camp site with drop toilet, BBQ area and tank water. We would definitely go back.



Beautiful campsite among the granite tors.we had the place to ourselves. I loved the landscape, and there is a walk from this site as well I would recommend. The ground is packed sand, so tent legs can be a challenge. We found it worked by pounding the pegs in with a rock. There is bore water and rain water available, but not treated. Drop toilets, rubbish bins, and electric BBQs. No shower. Beautiful site just outside of town, highly recommend.


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