Campsite report: Koreelah Creek campground, Koreelah, NSW

A simple small campground in Koreelah National Park

In the middle of Korelaah National Park is beautiful Koreelah Creek campground. It is close to Killarney, Queen Mary Falls and a great place for a catch up with mates over a campfire. There is a shallow creek, as well as a small waterfall and waterhole to cool down in the summer heat. Furthermore, being located in the middle of nature, you will find heaps of wildlife, making it also a good place for birdwatching. Most of all, Korelaah Creek campground is a nice bush camp where you can disconnect from the city life and admire the stars in the sky.

A small camp area good to catch up with mates over a campfire

Campground details:

The campground has level sites suitable for all types of campers (except very big rigs). It is well maintained by rangers and has a newish drop-toilet. There are four sites which each contain a picnic table and BBQ fire ring. Firewood is occasionally supplied. Staying here cost $6 per person per night and needs to be paid in cash.

Highlights of the Koreelah Creek campground:

  • A quiet campground with basic facilities
  • Shallow creek with waterfall and waterhole close by
  • Gorge Walking track which is a 1km return walk along the river. Furthermore, sometimes you can spot a platypus in the creek but unfortunately, I did not spot any.

More info:

Koreelah Creek Campground – National Park Website


Caution! – The location in the map above is approximate.

The campground is accessible by 2WD.

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