The ACT provides a great range of camping locations, providing various levels of facilities from urban comfort to remote natural beauty. Please remember the following:
Camping is also available at Exhibition Park in Canberra (EPIC). For more information visit EPIC.
Book a campsite online through the ACT Government Online Bookings System or call Access Canberra on 13 22 81.
Nil Desperandum is an historic rammed earth cottage, located in the Jedbinbilla precinct of Tidbinbilla and is available for overnight stays. Nils comprises of three rooms, a kitchen with wood stove, verandah and fenced garden.More about Nil Desperandum
Gudgenby Ready-Cut Cottage is an early 'ready-cut' or prefabricated kit home situated in the Gudgenby Valley, on the southern bank of the Gudgenby River in Namadgi National Park. This historic home is a cosy base from which to explore the majestic mountains and rivers of Namadgi.More about Gudgenby Ready-Cut Cottage
Blue Range Recreation Area is centred around the remains of a World War II Italian internment camp and is suitable for larger groups (up to 60 people) but also swags and camper trailers. The campground has toilets, wood and gas barbecues, shelter, picnic tables and wheelchair access. Dogs are allowed on leash.More about Blue Range Area
Centenary Trail Northern Border Campground is a bush camping site located near the border of NSW, north of Gungahlin on the Centenary Trail. Facilities include a pit toilet, bike racks, covered picnic tables and shaded grassy tent sites. There is no vehicle access to the area and fires are not permitted at the campground.More about Centenary Trail Campground
Cotter Campground is set on the banks of the beautiful Cotter River amongst shady native and exotic trees. It is the most highly serviced bush campground in the ACT, just 14 kilometres from the western edge of Canberra. The campground has toilets, wheelchair access, picnic tables, drinking water, shelter and electric, gas and wood barbecues.More about Cotter Campground
Honeysuckle Campground (Namadgi) is adjacent to the former Honeysuckle Creek Tracking Station in Namadgi National Park. There are separate areas for organised groups, campervans and small private parties. A covered shelter with seating, fireplace, gas barbecues and rainwater is provided.More about Honeysuckle Campground
Kowen Recreation Area is set within a large locked pine plantation and is popular for horse riding, mountain biking, orienteering and bush walking. The campground is 10km behind locked gates so bookings are essential. The campground has wood and gas barbecues, pit toilet, picnic shelter and picnic tables. Dogs allowed.
This campground is closed while sections of the plantation are harvested and replanted. It is expected to reopen in January 2019.
Mount Clear Campground (Namadgi) is the most remote campground in the ACT, located in southern Namadgi National Park off the Boboyan Road. It has separate areas for smaller sized organised groups and small private parties. The campground has wood barbecues, picnic tables, a small shelter and pit toilet.More about Mount Clear Campground
Orroral Campground (Namadgi) is set alongside the Orroral River and features tent sites for small parties as well as sites for campervans and caravans. The campground has flush toilets, picnic tables, and wood and gas barbecues.More about Orroral Campground
A Wild Night out at Tidbinbilla This is the first time ‘glamping’ tent accommodation is available at Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve. We have created an itinerary especially designed for families packed with new day and night wildlife encounters where you can see animals in their natural habitat. You can also walk with Park Rangers, enjoy fire side dreamtime stories, join in our camp songs and do some star gazing activities after your BBQ dinner.More about A Wild Night out at Tidbinbilla
Woods Reserve is situated on the banks of the Gibraltar Creek and is an ideal venue for large groups as well as day picnickers. The campground has gas barbecues, picnic shelter, picnic tables, wood fire pits, hot showers, toilets, and wheelchair access. Dogs are allowed on leash.More about Woods Reserve