Blue Mountains Tourist Parks

By | September 25, 2020

If you’re looking for something to do these school holidays, why not go camping in the Blue Mountains.
Our tourist parks are the perfect base for exploring the World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains.

Cabins, camping and caravan parks at Katoomba and Blackheath.

Our two locations are immersed in bushland – the perfect base for exploring our kingdom of nature. At the end of the day, return to the comfort and natural surroundings of our parks – close to nature.

• Ensuite suites
• Powered suites
• Unpowered sites
• Close to attractions

Blue Mountains Tourist Parks

Discover Katoomba Falls

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Stay at Katoomba for walking access to the Famous Three Sisters, Scenic World Skyway and Katoomba township.

Blue Mountains Tourist Park – Katoomba Falls is ideally located within walking access to the famous Three Sisters, Scenic World Skyway and Katoomba township.

Bushwalks lead from the front of the Park to spectacular viewpoints and hidden waterfalls, and we’re just a short walk to Echo Point, home of the fabled Three Sisters. After a long day exploring the natural wonders of the Blue Mountains, the cafes, restaurants and friendly pubs of Katoomba town centre are close by.

Discover Blackheath Glen

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Popular with bushwalkers, rock climbers, families and people who love Blackheath village for it’s cafes and galleries. Just 10 minutes drive from Katoomba.

You couldn’t get much closer to nature – yet the centre of Blackheath, with its galleries, parks, public swimming pool, bookshops and superb cafés, is only a short walk away.

Blackheath Glen is our most suitable park for families, camping and large caravans, with a choice of grassy, slab or ensuite sites, and a range of cabin options.

For rates and availabilities, head to https://www.bmtp.com.au

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