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STAY SAFE!

We are providing regular and thorough cleaning to all areas within the Park - in particular touch points.

When you check into our Park, we will ask you to sign a guest registration form and answer some questions in relation to your recent travel activity and general well-being. Thermal temperature checks are also being undertaken - this is purely for the safety and wellbeing of all guests and staff members.

We also ask that you help us! Maintain your social distance of 1.5m and practise good hygiene. Wash your hands, cough or sneeze into your arm and try not to touch other people. We have signage around our Park to remind you about these regulations - it is extremely important that we all do our part to stay healthy.

Please also be kind to one another and to our team of hard working staff members. Remember that we have all been experiencing unprecedented circumstances, and for many of us the COVID-19 crisis follows periods of extreme drought and bushfire.

We are excited to welcome you back to our gorgeous region, and look forward to seeing you soon!

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Set in secluded bushland beside the trickling waters of Pope's Glen, you'll be lulled to sleep at night by frogs singing, and wake in the morning to the call of Kookaburras.

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.

Situated high in the Blue Mountains at an elevation of 1065m (3494ft), Blackheath experiences four distinct seasons - beautiful summer days, colourful autumn trees, gorgeous spring flowers and crisp, cold winter nights. Blackheath is well known for an occasional winter snowfall!

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Location

Blackheath Glen Tourist Park is located in a secluded part of Blackheath, however is only a short 10 minute walk through beautiful parks to the centre of the village. The Park is located 1 kilometre from Blackheath Railway Station.

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Accommodation

Choose from a range of accommodation options:

  • Large Powered caravan and motorhome sites
  • Modern Ensuite sites with concrete slabs
  • Self-contained cabins including budget, modern two bedroom, three bedrooom and accessible styles.
  • Grassy unpowered camping sites - as close to bush camping as you will get in a Tourist Park environment.

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Park features

Friendly onsite staff
Drop in for a chat any time between 8am and 5pm.

Camp kitchen
Our modern camp kitchen has electric hotplates, dishwashing sinks, fridge, tables and chairs and a large flat screen TV. A Wi-Fi hotspot is available in this area.

Amenities
A babies bathroom is available for guests to use. Keys for this bathroom are available from our Reception Staff.

Accessible shower and toilet facilities are available in both the ladies and mens bathrooms.

Laundry
Coin-operated laundry facilities are available for guests.

Barbecues
Free use of electric barbecues for guests.

Wi-Fi
FREE Wi-Fi hotspots are available in the Park. Premium Wi-Fi with faster access and unlimited download is also available for purchase from our reception area.

Public playground
A fantastic playground area is located in the Memorial Park -directly opposite the Tourist Park. It is situated next to a wonderful pond and feeding the ducks is a favourite activity for many families.

Dump Point
A dump point is available for the use of Park guests.

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Blackheath Glen

AAA Tourism 3 1/2 STAR Rating

Bookings: (02) 4787 8101
Email:

Office hours
8.00 am - 5.00 pm

Blackheath Glen Tourist Park
67- 69 Prince Edward Street, Blackheath NSW 2785
ABN: 52 699 520 223
GPS Co-ordinate System (GDA94 - MGA Zone 56)
E 248,765 N 6,275,054
Latitude -33.634916 Longitude 150.291104

Owned and operated by the Blue Mountains City Council