Spread out, find an isolated campsite and enjoy the peace and quiet as well as feeling Safe and Secure while camped overnight or stay longer to visit the local attractions.
Many separate areas to suit different Camping Styles.
All featuring Plenty of Flat Open Space with plenty
of shade to take in the Peace and Quiet suitable for everything from Swags & Tents to Caravans & Motorhomes all the way up to Bus/Trailer Combinations
Leave the facilities behind and escape to the
Creek Camping Area for a more secluded Bush
and Creek setting - Go for a Bush Walk to see the
Birds and Wildlife or just take in the atmosphere,
"How's the Serenity . . . "
Continue further into the 'Wilderness' to the
Pines Camping Area This is no Caravan Park.
This is where the "Serenity" really kicks in. This is for
Fully Self-Contained Campers that will Drive-in, Set-up, Relax, Pack-up and Drive out - no excess driving here
"Serenity at it's best"
Strictly 10 km/h Speed Limit applies in all areas
Dogs must be kept on a lead and cleaned up afterwards
Campfires only in the Designated Fire-Pit Supplied
It's recommended you bring firewood with you as it is
not readily available
You must stop at "THE SHED" to collect an
Information Pack and place your Camping Fee
in the envelope provided BEFORE Camping.
Check-In 12:00pm - 6:00pm
$10 Per Person Per Night
$5 per Child (5 - 12 yrs) Per Night
Power - $10 extra Per Van Per Night
It is now essential to call / msg for
Bookings and Daily Gate Code
About 30km and takes about 30 minutes
CASH into envelope provided at "The Shed" - No EFTPOS available
We recommend you bring wood in with you as it is not readily available
Yes, very welcome but they must be on lead and droppings cleaned up
You may be lucky enough to catch Yellow-Belly or Catfish
Campsites offer 360 degree view of the entire night sky
No but there are free gas BBQs and a sink to wash your dishes
No - For noise and insurance reasons
Sealed road to front gate and then very good dirt tracks throughout
Yes you will need to contact the Camping Ground before entry
Only to reserve a Powered site - Not for an Un-powered site
Yes instant hot showers
You can have a campsite for a maximum of 7 days
No, this is no longer allowed for security and safety reasons
The Main Area is always accessible but the Wilderness Area will be closed
The creek has several 'water holes' but caution must be exercised
Not really, the creek is narrow and has many sand-bars
No. There is one at Dubbo Showground or Taronga Western Plains Zoo
Your Safety and Security come First in this Family Orientated Camping Ground. I try to keep the rules to a minimum but the ones that are in place are there to ensure that everyone has an equal opportunity to enjoy themselves and the pleasant surroundings here at Serenity Camping Ground