Little Murray Camp (4WD Only)


4.7 from 8 users


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. Remote Little Murray campground offers walking, mountain biking, fishing, and 4WD touring, in the wilderness of Barrington Tops National Park, three hours from Newcastle. This campground is accessible by 4WD. Barrington trail is only open to vehicles from October 1 - May 31. Sites are unmarked, unpowered and suitable for tents, camper trailers and camping beside your vehicle. Facilities include picnic tables, barbecue facilities, carpark and toilets. Keep campfires small or use a camp stove instead. Check the weather or contact Gloucester NPWS office on (02) 6538 5300 before you set out, as access via Barrington trail, to Little Murray campground, may be closed at other times of year due to snow, ice, and rain. A water-based mould (Phytophthora cinnamomi) is prevalent in this area. The mould attacks the roots of plants causing them to rot, causing a dieback of trees and plants. Efforts are in place to contain the area of contamination south of Little Murray. You can assist the long-term containment of the mould by cleaning your shoes and mountain bike tyres before and after entering this region. You can help protect the fragile ecosystems of the region by avoiding using soap, shampoo and detergents in waterways and taking all rubbish home with you. Pets and smoking are not permitted.

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Lat: -31.982424 Lng: 151.457583

User Reviews



Good camp ground, easy to get privacy. Saw brumbies, came up to our spot during the night. LOTS of pig damage, actually spotted some on our hike. Would definitely stay here again



Lovely open grassy area all to ourselves (5 spots). Rough 5km 4WD only track in, byo wood and water, wild brumbies close by and fighting in the night! bring warm clothes even in summer - cold, wet, misty in January. Only downside is there are no big walks direct from campsite. But a lovely remote feel


User 2932130

Great spot - well maintained large grass area. Was pleasantly surprised as we just stumbled upon it while exploring. Stayed last night with only 2 other groups - felt like we had it to ourselves and the brumbys that wandered though in the dark


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