Glendora Campground

Glendora Campground

Glendora Campground - Hill End Historic Site

Accommodation Type: Camping
National Park: Hill End Historic Site
Address: Andersons Road, Hill End, 2850, NSW
Phone: 02 6337 8206

Hill End is a living village featuring intact goldrush streetscapes and buildings dating back to the 1860s. Preserved much as it was in its heyday, it's the perfect place to relive the early goldmining days of 19th century New South Wales. Hill End's landscape also played a significant role in Australian art, inspiring artists such as Russell Drysdale, John Olsen, Donald Friend and Brett Whitely.

Glendora campground is mainly used by groups.

Activities: Take a self-guided tour of the town starting at the visitor centre and museum. Bald Hill Tourist Mine is a popular attraction and tours of historic Craigmoor House

Getting there: This campground is on the way to Bald Hill Lookout.

Facilities: Picnic tables, wood barbecues, gas/electric barbecues, flush toilets, hot showers, cold showers, drinking water.

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