Black Range Campsite is on the Six Foot Track, 10km from the Jenolan Caves. If you were to hike the Six Foot Track west from the Explorers Tree, Katoomba towards the Jenolan Caves over three days (the most popular Six Foot Track itinerary), you'd spend your second night at Black Range Campsite. At 1200m, it's also the highest point on the Six Foot Track.
The campsite is a flat, grassy field, surrounded by gumtrees, with no defined tent sites. It is large, with space for 30+ tents. Black Range Campsite is also 4x4 accessible, but vehicles must park by the campsite entrance.
Quick guide to camping at Black Range Campground
Bookings and cost: Black Range campsite is a free campground and bookings aren't required
Getting there: The campsite sits on the Six Foot Track, 34.7km from the Explorers Tree, Katoomba, or 10km from the Jenolan Caves.
Facilities: Toilets, rain water tank and covered picnic tables
Cooking: Campfires aren't allowed so bring a camp stove
Public transport: The nearest train station is Katoomba, near the start of the Six Foot Track.
Mobile phone service: None. But who needs a phone when camping anyway?
Best nearby pie: Bad news - this campsite's remote and there's no pie nearby. Better pack your own...
We last visited Black Range campsite on 24 April 2016.