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When it comes to places to go camping, NSW is full of amazing destinations. Drop your finger almost anywhere on the map and you’ll find amazing NSW camping sites. Really, no matter where you may look, you can find anything from glamping tents to beach cottages for luxury camping in NSW. Glamping Hub is here to help you find the best NSW accommodation for you, so that you can get outdoors and have a new adventure. With our selection of glamping accommodation, NSW camping will be one of the easiest trips you’ve ever planned. Recently, our guests are heading to Dorrigo, New South Wales. About one hour inland from Coffs Harbour and 550 km north of Sydney, Dorrigo is a quiet, country town surrounded by rich agricultural lands, waterfalls, and forests of timber. It is situated on the Dorrigo Plateau near the edge of an escarpment, resulting in some beautiful, panoramic views of the Bellinger Valley. Our guests come to Dorrigo because it is the perfect home base for exploring Dorrigo National Park. A World Heritage site, Dorrigo National Park is home to ancient rainforest and dramatic waterfalls, perfect for a national park camping trip. Book your Dorrigo camping site here and get ready to discover all the charms of the Coffs Coast hinterland. For the best camping in Dorrigo, book with Glamping Hub.
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While Dorrigo National Park is only about an hour from Coffs Harbour, it truly feels like another planet. Part of the Gondwana Rainforest, Dorrigo National Park is home to amazing waterfall hikes, bushwalking, picnic spots, and of course, wildlife. While just north of Dorrigo, amid the rolling farmland, is Dangar Falls. Dangar Falls is a lovely waterfall with a drop of about 30 meters and a viewing platform and a walking trail to the bottom of the falls. If you’re looking to explore the national park, you can begin at the Dorrigo Rainforest Centre. Here you can see the many exhibitions on the flora and fauna of the park before heading out. There are many walking trails in the park, ranging from the Lyrebird Link track, the Wonga Walk to Crystal Shower Falls, the Satinbird Stroll, the Rosewood Creek track, and the Red Cedar Falls track, which takes you to the largest waterfall in the park. Local Dorrigo events include the Dorrigo Show, held each year in April, with animal exhibits, food stalls, and rides. There is also a popular three-day Dorrigo Folk and Bluegrass Festival in October. No matter when you decide to go camping, Dorrigo is a destination that has something for everyone. From bushwalking to waterfall hikes, you’ll find no end to the adventure in Dorrigo. Book your Dorrigo accommodation today!