CONQUER THE MOUNTAIN - Challenge Bathurst 21 - 24 November, 2024

Campground Information
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Campground bookings

General info shown below:

Challenge Bathurst will operate one campground, being the Paddock Campground (bottom of the circuit behind the Pit Complex).

Bookings for Campgrounds can be made by completing out the Campground Application form below and returning via post or email to:

Bathurst Regional Council

Challenge Bathurst Campgrounds

Attn: Ellie Hamer
Private Mail Bag 17
Bathurst NSW 2795


Campground Application Form

Campground Application Form

Key Points


·       Campground opens at 8am on Wednesday 20 November and close at 8am Monday 25 November 2024.

·       Sites will be pre-sold for $120 per site, and at the Event (pending availability).

·       All sites will be line-marked and measure approximately 8m x 8m.

·       Only one vehicle or two motorcycles permitted per site.

·       Access to power is available on all campsites.

·       Campground sites can only be pre-booked by submitting the Campground Application Form no later than 17 November 2024.

·       Cancellations by 15 November 2024 will receive a full refund – thereafter no refunds.

·       The Event is free of charge, therefore no tickets need to be purchased.

·       Camping is not permitted at the Event anywhere other than the designated Campground.

·       In order to book a campsite, all patrons must agree to abide by the Campground Terms and Conditions. (see below)

Map and T&Cs

Download PDFs below

Campground Site Map

Campground Terms and Conditions


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In the spirit of reconciliation and respect, the Challenge Bathurst event partners, the Bathurst Regional Council and Accelerate Events, acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. The Wiradjuri People are the traditional custodians of the land on which the Challenge Event event takes place and we pay our respect to the Elders past, present and emerging and extend that to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people today.