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Native Dog campground is a peaceful and spacious campground located within Cathedral Rock National Park. We recently visited for a night, and while this park was affected by the bushfires of 2019/2020, the area is regenerating and the facilities at the campground were all brand new.
While there are no individual campsites, there are picnic tables and fire pits dotted around the campground for visitors to use, and firewood is even supplied! We happened to be the only campers for our overnight stop, so were able to pull up right beside a table and fire pit.
For those who enjoy bushwalking, the Warrigal track is an easy 1km circuit that crosses Native Dog Creek, which is ideal for a quick swim. For a longer hike, carry on to Woolpack Rocks and then Cathedral Rock.
There is plenty of wildlife to be found, with wallabies and birds frequent visitors at the campground. While the bush was still regenerating at the time of our visit, there were some native wildflowers peeking through all the new green growth.
Address: 110 Guyra-Ebor Rd, Ebor, New South Wales
Wikicamps link: https://au.wikicamps.co/site/59308/30387506
Cost: $12 per night (2 x adults) + $3.50 per child
- Basic unpowered sites
- Composting toilets
- Picnic tables
- Fire pits with firewood supplied
- Walking trails
- Limited Telstra and Optus reception
- Suitable for 2WD, caravans, camper trailers, motorhomes, buses and tents