Colo Riverside Cafe

Caravan, Camping and Holiday Parks

Colo Riverside Park offers powered and unpowered camping and caravan sites in a beautiful bushland setting on the banks of the Colo River.

One of the last pristine waterways in NSW, the Colo River is perfect for swimming, kayaking and a favourite spot for bass fishing.

A convenient stop-over along the Putty Road, Colo Riverside is an ideal jumping-off point to explore National Parks throughout the Blue Mountains and heading north to the Hunter Valley, including the World Heritage listed Wollemi National Park.

Dine in or take away quality meals and excellent coffee from the Colo Riverside Cafe and enjoy the convenience of the on-site bottle shop – both open seven days. Glamping is another popular option for those looking for a quick or convenient bush getaway.

Colo Riverside Park is about one and a half hours drive north west of Sydney, or about half an hour north of Windsor.


Cafe Carpark Family Friendly Pet Friendly

Disabled Assistance

Disabled access available


From AU$35.00

Unpowered sites AUD35 per night, powered sites AUD40 per night (includes two people). Extra people 10 years and over at AUD5 per night.

Trading Times

Check In: 2:00 pm
Check Out: 12:30 pm

Other Nearby Accommodation

View All
Sunrise by the spa

Blueberry Hills On Comleroy

Kurrajong, Hawkesbury

Cross Park

Cross Park

Lower Macdonald, Hawkesbury


Del Rio Riverside Resort

Wisemans Ferry, Hornsby


Yanada Retreat

St Albans, Hawkesbury

Pristine Colo

Bielany Campground Colo River

Wheeny Creek, Hawkesbury

St Albans Courthouse – Self Contained Accommodation

St Albans, Hawkesbury

Contact Us