If you are contemplating life on the road, then there are numerous caravan and camping options available on the Northern end of TD33 near the townships of Branxton and Greta. Branxton has an official RV dump site and while camping and site fees vary, they are extremely affordable and close to all the action in the heart of Wine Country! You can also get back to nature and enjoy a secluded camping spot in Yengo National Park, or FREE camping right in the centre of Wollombi at the Tavern.
Get the kids out of town for an adventure. Set near a shallow creek, it offers mountain biking and hiking. Access is via a locked gate - bookings are essential.
Blue Gums campground is a tranquil, secluded spot. Bring your mountain bike and explore the rugged wilderness. Access is via a locked gate - bookings are essential.
Stay on a working equestrian property in our Deluxe Tents - everything is set up for you. A great Hunter Valley farmstay experience!
CAMPING IS FREE at Wollombi Tavern. Please note there are NO showers, the toilets are open all the time. NO BYO while the Tavern is open.
Stroll through the bush and see the animals roaming free, visit ancient Aboriginal sites and learn about bush tucker, or even stay overnight with a 'Wild Night Out'.
Mogo campground in Yengo National Park provides 6 sites in close proximity to a variety of attractions, with notable colonial history along Old Great North Road.
Finchley campground offers basic facilities and activities such as mountain biking and bushwalking, along with access to a notable Aboriginal engraving site.