Camp under the stars amongst unspoilt surroundings. Relax in our 200 acre secluded riverfront camping ground, build a camp fire and wake up to a fun-filled day of adventure activities amongst spectacular bush surrounds. Our camping ground features modern amenities and is perfect for families, couples and groups.
- To ensure the health & safety of our guests and staff, guest numbers are limited.
- Social distancing and additional hygiene & sanitation measures are in place to keep guests safe.
- Adult – $30.00 p/night
- Children – $15.00 p/night
Camping during peak periods*
- Adult – $35.00 p/night
- Children – $17.50 p/night
All children under the age of 7 years camp for free at all times
Please note: Firewood and Ice are available for purchase at the check-in office – trading hours – 8.30am – 4pm
*Peak periods include public holiday long weekends (Australia Day, Easter, June & October Long Weekends)
The best way to describe the type of camping we offer is family friendly, bush camping in a pristine natural environment. Most of our campsites are scattered along Popran Creek in a number of large open fields. The campsites are kept in a natural state and are all unpowered. Glenworth Valley is also a working horse farm, so please do not expect all the comforts or facilities of a commercial caravan park. We do however offer hot showers, toilets, wood-fired BBQ’s and picnic tables and we offer the convenience of parking your car at your campsite. Camper trailers, caravans and motor homes are also welcome.
Please be aware our guests camp with us to enjoy the peace and quiet that the valley offers. As such, a 10pm noise curfew applies. If you are wanting to stay up all night drinking and making loud noise then Glenworth Valley is not the right place for you to camp.
Whether you’re planning a weekend away or a week-long stay at Glenworth Valley, you can bring your own camping equipment or we can organise your campsite for you. Our staff can arrange to have your campsite fully assembled for you, ready for your arrival (pre-arrangement required).
Please note dogs are NOT permitted at Glenworth Valley.
Campers are welcome to bring their own kayak with them if you wish to explore Popran Creek at their own leisure. There is no fee to bring your own kayak and launch it on our creek if you are camping or doing an activity with us. However if you are not camping or doing an activity with us the fee to bring your own kayak is $50.
Important Camping Information
We ask that you are considerate of your fellow campers and their right to enjoy a peaceful getaway. Please be advised that in the stillness of night, noise can travel many hundreds of metres. Therefore, please keep all noise to an absolute minimum. It is a condition of camping at Glenworth Valley that all music and noise cease by 10pm.
If you are looking to stay up all night drinking and making noise, Glenworth Valley is the not the right place for you to camp.
Please be advised that a $500 bond (pre authorisation) is required for groups of 10 or more adult campers.
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Glenworth Valley Terms & Conditions
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