Polblue Campground is located at Barrington Tops Forest Rd - S , Barrington Tops National Park. Polblue Campground is located 350km north west of Sydney.
Short interesting walks at Gloucester Tops feature Antarctic beech forests, snow gum woodlands and scenic waterfalls. At Williams River and Jerusalem Creek there are easy walks through rainforest and tall blue gums. Wheelchair access is provided at Devils Hole lookout and the Williams River picnic area. On the plateau, short and inspiring walks pass through snow gum woodland, tall eucalypt forest, Antarctic beech rainforest and areas of high-altitude swamp. Car-based camping is available at Gloucester River, Polblue, Horse Swamp, Junction Pools, Gummi Falls, Little Murray and Devils Hole.
Access 38 km west of Gloucester, 40 km north¬west of Dungog and 65 km east of Scone. Access is generally along unsealed roads. Entry to Polblue camping area and barbecue facilities is off the Barrington Tops Forest Road.
Fees: $10.00 per adult per night, $5.00 per child per night.
The campground is on the Barrington Tops Forest Road. The route includes unpaved roads, suitable for standard 2WD cars. Campsites are suitable for: caravans; camper trailers; camping beside your vehicle. Facilities include: Pit/composting toilets, picnic tables, electric/gas barbecues, wood barbecues. This is a roomy campground in pleasant subalpine woodland, at 1450m altitude. It offers short and inspiring walks passing through snow gum woodland, tall eucalypt forest and areas of high-altitude swamp.
Getting there: The campground is on the Barrington Tops Forest Road.
Facilities: picnic tables, wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), gas/electric barbecues (free), non-flush toilets The campsite is accessible by all weather unsealed roads suitable for 2wd vehicles. 215.3 km N of Sydney. The campsite is in the northern section of the park on Barrington Tops Forest Road. You can park a caravan, trailer, or a tent in this campground. There are some enjoyable walks from here that explore the snow gum and tall eucalypt forests.