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Congo campground

Eurobodalla National Park

Overview

Congo campground near Moruya is popular among family campers. Offering excellent facilities, it’s close to two beaches and the river – perfect for swimming and fishing.

Accommodation Details
Camping type Tent, Camper trailer site, Caravan site, Camping beside my vehicle
Facilities Amenities block, boat ramp, toilets
Price

  • Peak season (start of NSW September school holidays to the end of April school holidays): Adult (16 years and over) $11.50 per night. Child (5-15 years) $6 per night. Infants (0-4 years) free.
  • Off-peak (end of NSW April school holidays to start of September school holidays): Adult (16 years and over) $8 per night. Child (5-15 years) $4 per night. Infants (0-4 years) free.

Bookings Bookings are not available at this campground, operating on a first-in-first-served basis.

Congo campground is a popular camping area for families – with room for kids to play and ride, there’s a choice of two beaches to swim, surf and walk, and opportunities to go fishing along the river. There’s plenty to keep you amused for a weekend getaway or a longer camping trip.

If you’re interested in finding out a bit more about the history of the area, you could walk the Bingi Dreaming track that starts from the campground. It’s a 14km walk, ending at Tuross Head, however you can break the walk up into shorter sections if you’re walking with children. If you’re there in spring you’ll be treated to some pretty wildflower displays and the views are magnificent all year round.

The campground isn’t far from Moruya, so you can pick up some supplies before heading out with your caravan, camper trailer or family tent to set up your site.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info

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Edward River canoe and kayak trail, Murray Valley National Park. Photo: David Finnegan.

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Mountain pygmy possum (Burramys parvus). Photo: Cate Aitken
Crystal clear shores, Congo campground. Photo: Christina Bullivant