How much does it cost to camp at Glenworth Valley?
Price: Price* $30 per adult. $15 Children 7-17. Kids Under 7 free. Please be advised that a $500 bond (pre-authorisation) is required for groups of 8 or more adult campers.
Can you swim at Glenworth Valley?
Swimming in Popran Creek: You were informed correctly here and we certainly do allow all our campers to swim and make use of Popran Creek.
Can you take a caravan to Glenworth Valley?
This is family friendly, bush camping in a pristine natural environment. Camper trailers, caravans and motor homes are also welcome. Glenworth Valley is located just one hour from Sydney Harbour Bridge and Newcastle or 20 minutes from Gosford.
Are dogs allowed at Glenworth Valley?
-For the tranquility of other experiencing Glenworth Valley, please be mindful and respect those around you. -Though we love animals, for the safety of our horses and customers we unfortunately DO NOT permitted dog(s) or other domestication animals onto the property.
Can you fish at Glenworth Valley?
Glenworth Valley’s new Fishing Park is now open. The park is a recreational fishing facility with native freshwater fish. Try your luck at fishing amongst the valley’s pristine wilderness. All equipment is supplied and a guide is on hand to assist.
Can you swim in emerald pools?
They are located along with one of the best hiking trails in Zion, the Emerald Pools hiking trail. You can only enjoy the hike and the amazing sights. Swimming or wading in the water is prohibited in order to preserve the natural state of the pools.
How many horses are at the Glenworth Valley?
Due to the quality of the experiences we offer, Glenworth Valley grew from humble beginnings to become the largest horse-riding centre in the southern hemisphere where we now have over 200 horses on offer to choose from.
Why is glamping better than camping?
Another major differentiating factor between camping and glamping is shelter and sleeping arrangements. If you’re traditional camping, you’re typically taking a tent to a remote location and creating your own makeshift shelter to truly enjoy nature.
Where is Glenworth Valley located?
Glenworth Valley is located a few minute from the Calga/Peats Ridge Exit on the Sydney-Newcastle Freeway. There are signs to Glenworth Valley at all the major entry points.
A separate camp site booking must also be made with Glenworth Valley. Outside of peak periods, camp fees are $30 per adult per night / $15 per child per night During peak periods, camp fees are $35 per adult per night / $17.50 per child per night Click on the button below to book now! Each individual tent is supplied with the following:
Where is Glenworth Valley horse riding?
Overview. Glenworth Valley is one of Australia’s largest horse riding and outdoor adventure centres, located in the hinterland of the New South Wales Central Coast, located an hour’s drive from Sydney. Escape and explore 3,000 acres of the finest unspoilt wilderness and immerse yourself in the great outdoors for a day full of adventure.
What do I need to bring to Glenworth Valley?
Ice for the coolbox and firewood is available at Glenworth Valley during office hours, but you are also welcome to bring your own. BYO Food and drinks – drinking water is available from the taps in the camping area. As the valley can be cool at night, we advise you bring warm clothes, and warm pyjamas with you.