Camp Wombaroo is located off Wombeyan Caves Road in High Range, adjacent to Jellore State Forest. High Range is about 15 minutes outside of Mittagong in the Southern Highlands. The exact address of Camp Wombaroo is 162 Black Spring Rd, High Range, NSW.
PLEASE NOTE: Google Maps should now direct you down Wombeyan Caves Rd to Black Springs Rd. DO NOT go down Soapy Flat Road as this is a four-wheel-drive only track.
- Sydney Domestic or International Airport: Catch a Macarthur service (T8) from Platform 2 to Campbelltown. Change at Campbelltown for the Southern Highlands Line (Platform 4)
- Central Station: Catch a T8 Macarthur service from Platform 22 or 23. Change at Campbelltown for the Southern Highlands line (Platform 4)
Sydney public transport uses the Opal system for fares. You can get Opal cards and load them with value (instructions below), some stations have single trip tickets available (NOTE: MITTAGONG STATION DOES NOT SELL SINGLE TRIP TICKETS), or you can use a contactless-enabled (“Tap and Go”) debit or credit card (one card per fare, you still have to tap on and tap off at either end of your journey for the correct fare to be deducted).
Opal cards are available at retail outlets in NSW, from the kiosk at the airport and at Central Station. They are also available online at https://www.opal.com.au/ Concession and child cards are also available online.
Unlike similar schemes across Australia, the Opal card itself has no cost – if you buy a card for $20, it has $20 of available “credit” to use.
Be aware, the Station Access Fee from Domestic and International does result in higher fares. The Fare Calculator and Trip Planner by Sydney Trains will help you avoid a shock.
Transport from Mittagong to Camp Wombaroo
Contact the Transport Coordinator to arrange a shuttle from Mittagong Station to Wombaroo.