Supported by Destination NSW through the Regional Flagship Events Program, the event is a celebration of Australian bush culture. Activities include camp oven cooking, shearing demonstrations, district tours, bush poetry, craft making, whip cracking, live music and much more.
Located on the Kamilaroi Highway between Gunnedah and Narrabri, the Boggabri Drovers Campfire Weekend will take place from 27 April to 1 May.
Calling all RV, caravan, campervan, motorhome and tent camping enthusiasts - this event is for you.
Established in 2006 the Boggabri Drovers Campfire is growing in reputation and fun activities every year.
The event, which is held in Boggabri the town known as the “Little town with a Big Heart” is a friendly and welcoming place that puts on this great, not to be missed country event every year for your enjoyment.
Since its beginning in 2006 it has grown, from 29 vehicles/caravans,12 tents and 57 people, to 502 vehicles and 1255 people in 2014.
The event in 2015 was on track to have 513 caravans, but due to storms and floods in the Hunter Valley and Central Coast some attendees from these areas cancelled sites the week of Drovers.
The weekend involves entertainment, campfire cooking, bush yarns and demonstrations of rural activities and connects visitors with good old fashioned bush values and past-times.
Click here for more information and to book your campsite.