Woko National Park

Campsite Description

Woko National Park is in the Hunter Valley, about 350km from Sydney and 30km north-west of Gloucester.

It is a really nice site along side the manning river which is great to cool off in on a hot day, lots of wildlife and within reach of Barrington tops as a day trip.

Take the Thunderbolts Way from Gloucester for about 16km until you get to the Curricabark Road turn-off. Drive along Curricabark Road for about 13km then turn right onto Flood Detour Road, which is just before the first low-level causeway. The park is about 1km along this road.

Camping fee's apply using an honour system.


non-flush toilets picnic tables gas/electric barbecues (free) No showers No drinking water

Types of camping

suitable for caravans caravan suitable for camper trailers trailer suitable for camping beside your car car

Road access

Unsealed road/trail - 2WD vehicles.


Camping fees: $10 per adult per night. $5 per child per night.

Woko camping area

Getting there: The campground is on the flood detour road, off Curricabark Road.

Facilities: picnic tables, gas/electric barbecues (free), non-flush toilets

Contact: Gloucester, Phone: 02 6538 5300

Campsite Features

Non 4WD Access
Water Available
BBQ/Cooking Facilities
Open Fires

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