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Lane Cove River Tourist Park - caravan park

“We love this campground. It’s got excellent facilities and is so close to Sydney – perfect for an easy and affordable weekend getaway.”

Enjoy peaceful camping in a serene setting at Lane Cove River Tourist Park. With uninterrupted views out across Lane Cove Valley, this eco-friendly campground is a great way to get close to nature right near Sydney.

The caravan park offers a variety of camping options – powered or non-powered, grassy or concreted campsites – to meet your camping needs, whether you’re camping by motorhome, caravan, campervan or tent.

The campground itself is very well-equipped, featuring a swimming pool and paddling pool. Cook up your meals in the campground kitchen or on one of a number of electric barbecues, while the kids enjoy a spot of footie.

It’s a great place to base yourselves to explore the beautiful nearby Lane Cove National Park. And with its proximity to Sydney, you won’t be far from all this city has to offer.

Ready to start your holiday? Book online now.


Getting there

Getting there:

Lane Cove River Tourist Park is a short 20-minute drive from the centre of Sydney and is located on Plassey Road, Macquarie Park. To get there, make your way to Delhi Road, Macquarie Park, and turn into Plassey Road, just east of North Ryde train station.

GPS info
If you’re travelling by car, please load your GPS or Google destination as Plassey Road, Macquarie Park. Alternatively, enter the following decimal degrees as your destination: -33.78952666, 151.14316666

Public transport
There are many public transport options to get to Lane Cove River Tourist Park.  For further information, please visit Transport Info.

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Vehicle access:

Sealed road - 2WD vehicles - All weather


Parking is restricted to one vehicle per site. Parking for additional cars or visitor parking is outside the park on Plassey Road.

Important info

Number of campsites:


Types of camping:

Caravan site, Camper trailer site, Camping beside my vehicle, Don't mind a short walk to tent


  • Amenities block
  • Gas/electric barbecues
  • Drinking water
  • Public phone
  • Hot showers
  • Flush toilets

You should know:


Located at the tourist park entry on Plassey Road, Macquarie Park
Phone: (02) 9888 9133
Facsimile: (02) 9888 9322

Features include:

  • Grassy sites
  • Powered/non-powered sites
  • The park has a swimming pool and paddling pool
  • Four amenities blocks, all cleaned daily.
  • The park has its own wireless internet network within a limited area near reception.
  • Camp kitchen with instant hot water on tap, fridge, gas cooking, microwave and toaster.
  • There are four shared laundries, with washing machines, dryers and lines.
  • Recreation room - this shared room includes large screen plasma TV and internet.
  • Please note, open fires are not permitted.
  • Public transport, including buses, is available from North Ryde Railway Station, on Delhi Road. This is a 700-metre walk from reception.
  • A small kiosk is located within reception
  • Boat hire is available at Lane Cove Boatshed

Wheelchair access:


  • Wheelchairs can access this area with some difficulty
  • A disabled shower and toilet is located at amenities block number 3


Camping fees:

  • Powered sites: 2 adults from $39 per day, $234 per week. Extra person $10 per day. Children under 12 are free.
  • Unpowered sites: 2 adults from $37 per day, $222 per week. Extra person $10 per day. Children under 12 are free.
  • My first time camping: 4 persons (2 adults/2 children) daily: $90. Includes pre-erected tent furnished with a table, four chairs, two stretcher beds for adults and two stretchers for children. Linen, food and torch not provided. My first time camping is only valid for two adults and two children, and is not valid for four adults.

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NB: All reservations incur a booking fee of 2.5% in addition to the total amount payable

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Campgrounds, Lane Cove River Tourist Park, Lane Cove National Park. Photo: Michael van Ewijk/NSW Government