- Outdoor Drop Toilet
- Wood Fire Place
- Wildlife viewing
- Dog walking (on-lead)
- Bushwalking Trails nearby
- Wheelchair access
- Unsealed Road Access
- Picnic tables
- BYO firewood
- Covered Shelter
- Gas Barbecues
Check In: 14:00|Check Out: 10:00
Hours: Namadgi Visitor Centre opening hours are 9.00am - 4.00pm weekdays and 9.00am - 4.30pm on weekends and public holidays (closed Christmas Day). Namadgi Visitor Centre can be contacted on 6237 5307.
Conditions: Full payment on booking | Fees may apply for changes or cancellations
Blue Range Recreation Area is located in the Uriarra Forest area on Blue Range Road, 3.2 km along East West Rd off Brindabella Rd. Centred around the heritage-listed remains of a World War II Italian internment camp, the Blue Range Campground is a very popular camping and events location. You can book individually for small groups, or hire the whole area for large gatherings. Blue Range Recreation Area provides a great base for accessing some of the glorious alpine walking trails of northern Namadgi National Park. Bring your own drinking water and firewood.
There is a maximum of 6 guests per unallocated campsite.
Community groups and large event bookings cannot be made online. You need to submit an application to Use a Public Place for large gatherings of 20 people or more. Please refer to https://form.act.gov.au/smartforms/landing.htm?formCode=1030. An additional $83.40 per night surcharge is payable for hire of the entire campground. Please call Public Land Use with any further questions regarding organised groups on 02 6205 8794. Please allow 28 days for processing when applying for a permit to use a campground for community group activities. Please note that the maximum booking duration for the site is 2 weeks within any 6 week period.
Map & Directions
Blue Range Hut Campground, Coree 2611
Blue Range Campground is a 45 minute drive west of Canberra City centre. The campground is located 3.2km along East West Road, from its intersection with Brindabella Road.