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Boomeri campground

Myall Lakes National Park


Rustic Boomeri campground offers a delightful forest setting with opportunities for hiking, mountain biking, swimming, fishing, and paddling on Bombah Broadwater, in Myall Lakes National Park.

Accommodation Details
Number of campsites 20
Camping type Tent, Don't mind a short walk to tent
Facilities Toilets
Please note
  • There are no marked sites
  • There is limited space available for caravans or camper trailers
  • Water is not available at this campground, so you'll need to bring your own supply for cooking and drinking.
  • Peak (NSW school holidays, December, January and public holiday long weekends): $12 per adult per night. $6 per child per night.
  • Off-peak(all other times): $8.50 per adult per night. $4 per child per night.
Entry fees Park entry fees apply
Bookings Bookings are not available for this campground, and will continue to operate on a first come, first served basis.

When you feel the need for a nature getaway, head for the tranquil forest setting of Boomeri campground in Myall Lakes National Park. A short walk from the northern edge of Bombah Broadwater, this scenic spot is excellent for rustic camping holidays with friends or family.

Pitch your tent among the smooth barked angophoras and grass trees, and you’ll be seriously unwinding in no time. If you’ve got your mountain bike handy, try cycling along nearby Mining Road fire trail / Old Gibber Road fire trail for a dip at Johnsons Beach.

With plenty of options for swimming, fishing, boating and paddling in the quiet waters, you can choose how busy you want to be. If you enjoy birdwatching, the vast waterways attract a range of water birds such as white egrets, plovers and black swans. Be sure to stroll down to the shore to take in the spectacular lakeside views at sunset.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info


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Saving our Species conservation program

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Park info

  • in Myall Lakes National Park in the North Coast region
  • Myall Lakes National Park is always open but may have to close at times due to poor weather or fire danger.

  • Park entry fees:

    $8 per vehicle per day.

    The park has coin/card operated pay and display machines at Mungo Brush campground. NPWS visitor service officers regularly visit camping areas to collect fees from campers and sell annual passes. Day passes and annual passes also available from the Great Lakes Area Office, Bulahdelah and Tea Gardens Visitor Information Centres, and other local outlets.

    Bombah Point ferry fees may also apply (cash payment only).

    Buy an annual pass.
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Johnsons Beach campground, Myall Lakes National Park. Photo: John Spencer/NSW Government