Bents Basin State Conservation Area
Nestled in the western suburbs of Sydney, Bents Basin is situated along the Nepean River, and offers an ideal place to camp, swim, canoe, picnic or just laze around.
Bents Basin is a deep waterhole that forms part of a gorge in the Nepean River. The area surrounding the waterhole is an ideal place to explore and find native wildlife and flora. Caley’s Lookout track is an interesting hike providing great views over the area.
Canoeing and kayaking
Guided Discovery tours
Showers: Coin operated hot showers.
Picnic Tables: Yes
BBQs: Gas and electric
Fees: Camping fees per adult per night $14 and $7 per child per night
How to get there:
Bents Basin is located along Wolstenholme Avenue off Greendale Road from Wallacia in the north or Liverpool in the east.
To get there from the city head south towards the airport, then follow the signs to the M5 motorway. After 27km take the Casula/Bringelly exit, left onto the Hume Highway and then follow it onto Bringelly Road. Follow this road as it becomes Greendale Road. Turn left onto Wolstenholme Avenue.
Bookings are essential for camping or functions and can be made through Bents Basin State Conservation local office.
Bents Basin State Conservation local office Wolstenholme Avenue Greendale NSW 2745 P (02) 4774 8662