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From Sydney

IMPORTANT: IF USING NAVIGATION SOFTWARE, MAKE SURE YOUR SETTINGS INCLUDE FERRY CROSSINGS, OTHERWISE YOU WILL BE DIRECTED TO 20 KM OF ROUGH DIRT ROAD, CALLED THE BICENTENNIAL ROAD.

 

Once your reach Wisemans Ferry you need to cross Webbs Creek car ferry, not the main Wisemans Ferry

 

  • Take the Old Northern Road to Wisemans Ferry. From Dural you will pass through Glenorie and Maroota. From Windsor you will travel through Pitt Town, Maroota and Wisemans Ferry Road.

  • When you reach the base of the hill that descends into the township of Wiseman’s Ferry immediately turn left – do this before the hotel.

  • The turn is signposted for . You will pass the police station on the left hand side. The ferry waiting bay is 300m downhill. (Sign says Wait Here for Ferry). 

  • Cross the Hawkesbury River on this ferry. (Ferry crossing takes about 5 minutes, is free and runs 24 hours per day)

  • After disembarking from the ferry on the other side, drive about 100m. Take the first road on the left. This is signposted for The Outdoor Adventure Company

  • After 200m there is an intersection with the bitumen continuing left and a dirt road to the right. Take the dirt road (this is Webbs Creek Road, and is signposted for Castle Mountain & The Outdoor Adventure Co.

  • Follow this road for 3km until you reach the Outdoor Adventure Camps sign and Castle Mountain entrance (large logs flanking the road with Castle Mountain carved into them).

  • 400m past the entrance you will pass the manager’s house (on right), and 50m after this the dirt road bends left to the suspension bridge.

  • For Camp Bunya do not cross bridge, continue straight ahead 600m to campsite

  • For Castle Mountain (main site) and Little River, cross the suspension bridge and follow the dirt road into the Castle Mountain campsite (400m)

  • For access to the Little River campsite, follow the road past the Chalet for 100m until you reach the sign ‘Little River’. Turn left here and follow the dirt road for 2km.

From Newcastle + Central Coast

IMPORTANT: IF USING NAVIGATION SOFTWARE, MAKE SURE YOUR SETTINGS INCLUDE FERRY CROSSINGS, OTHERWISE YOU WILL BE DIRECTED TO 20 KM OF ROUGH DIRT ROAD, CALLED THE BICENTENNIAL ROAD.

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  • From Newcastle and north of Gosford, take the freeway south. Take the Peats Ridge turn off (onto Peats Ridge Road), then 2nd exit to Mangrove Mountain and Wisemans Ferry (onto Wisemans Ferry Road).

  • From Central Coast, head south toward Sydney. At Kariong, drive past Mount Penang and the BMW dealership (both on the right) and turn right at the next set of lights (onto Wisemans Ferry Road).

  • Continue on Wisemans Ferry Road through the localities of Mangrove Mountain, Spencer and Gunderman until you reach the Gosford approach to the car ferry at Wisemans. Cross on the ferry. (Ferry crossing takes about 5 minutes, is free and runs 24 hours per day)

  • Drive through the township of Wisemans Ferry. You will pass a Shell Service station on your right. Take the next turn right, at the school, onto River Road. If you start climbing the hill and reach a hairpin bend, you have gone too far.

  • The turn is signposted for . You will pass the police station on the left hand side. The ferry waiting bay is 300m downhill. (Sign says Wait Here for Ferry).  Cross the river again.

  • After disembarking from the ferry, drive about 100 metres to the toilet block and fire shed. Turn left. This is signposted for Del Rio.

  • Drive 200 metres on the tar road and turn right onto the dirt road. (Webbs Creek Road)

  • Follow this road for 3km until you reach the Outdoor Adventure Camps sign and Castle Mountain entrance (large logs flanking the road with Castle Mountain carved into them).

  • 400m past the entrance you will pass the manager’s house (on right), and 50m after this the dirt road bends left to the suspension bridge.

  • For Camp Bunya do not cross bridge, continue straight ahead 600m to campsite

  • For Castle Mountain (main site and office) and Little River, cross the suspension bridge and follow the dirt road into the Castle Mountain campsite (400m)

  • For access to the Little River campsite, follow the road past the Chalet for 100m until you reach the sign ‘Little River’. Turn left here and follow the dirt road for 2km.

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