When you come camping with us, for a moment you will be lost in time. The very land we camp on was the home to the Darug and Gundungurra people. Well respected member of the Darug people and Aboriginal Discovery Ranger Chris Tobin says of our Great Camping Adventure weekends ‘I love how the entire team honour and respect the country and the culture. We especially embrace how they have incorporated dance into their weekends. I fully support Great Camping Adventures and wish them every success in educating and entertaining our tourists’

Euroka is steeped in history dating back thousands of years. It became a National Park in September of 1959 and since that time National Parks and Wildlife has continued to preserve the historic values of this important site. On our camping ground we have ECO camp toilets and flush toilets at the park entrance. If time permits and weather permitting your guide may take you to Jellybean Pool where people have been swimming for thousands of years and every summer locals and tourists flock to this natural swimming hole.