Colo Riverside Park

Colo Riverside Park offers powered and unpowered camping and caravan sites in a beautiful bushland setting on the banks of the Colo River.

One of the last pristine waterways in NSW, the Colo River is perfect for swimming, kayaking and a favourite spot for bass fishing.

A convenient stop-over along the Putty Road, Colo Riverside is an ideal jumping-off point to explore National Parks throughout the Blue Mountains and heading north to the Hunter Valley, including the World Heritage listed Wollemi National Park.

Dine in or take away quality meals and excellent coffee from the Colo Riverside Cafe and enjoy the convenience of the on-site bottle shop - both open seven days. Glamping is another popular option for those looking for a quick or convenient bush getaway.

Colo Riverside Park is about one and a half hours drive north west of Sydney, or about half an hour north of Windsor.

Information

Facilities

  • Cafe
  • Carpark
  • Family Friendly
  • Pet Friendly - Enquire

Nearby events

  1. St Albans Folk Festival

    Thursday 25 April 2019 to Sunday 28 April 2019 , Hawkesbury

    It’s a great vibe, very well established and affordable fun festival. Come for the three days or just a day. Located near Wisemans Ferry, (just one or two hours from Sydney, The Central Coast or Newcastle). Four great performance venues…

    25 Apr - 28 Apr
  2. Convict 100 MTB Race

    Saturday 04 May 2019 , Hawkesbury

    Back for its 15th year the Convict 100 is one of Australia's most challenging MTB marathon races following the historic Convict Trail through the Dharug and Yengo National Parks. The course features a mix of fast fire trail, technical rock…

    04 May
  3. Arcadia Markets

    Saturday 04 May 2019 ,

    A great event is planned celebrating connections, community and history. 50 high quality stalls featuring handmade, unique items, art, craft and gourmet food. Dural and District Historical Society members will be on hand to answer…

    04 May