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Illaroo campground

Yuraygir National Park


Illaroo campground offers scenic beach camping sites for caravans, tents and trailers. Near Grafton and Wooli, it’s great for fishing, swimming, canoeing and snorkelling.

Accommodation Details
Number of campsites 60
Camping type Tent, Camper trailer site, Caravan site, Camping beside my vehicle
Facilities Picnic tables, barbecue facilities, drinking water, toilets
Please note

  • Bookings are not available for the general area of Illaroo campground and sites are not marked. The general area operates on a first in-first served basis, so it’s a good idea to arrive early in the day, particularly during summer.
  • Illaroo group camping area is a separate area which can be booked online
  • The northern and southern parts of the campground are separated by a small depression which becomes a creek in heavy rain


$12 per adult per night. $6 per child per night (5-15 years), children under 5 free. Fees can be paid to the onsite contract fee collector.

Entry fees Park entry fees apply

The spacious Illaroo campground is split in two parts – north and south – and offers 60 campsites just a hop, skip and a jump from the beach.

Arrive early to nab a shady caravan site overlooking the Pacific Ocean and coastline. Lovely walks, including the Angophora Grove walk, are nearby and the beach offers an endless array of options – from fishing to swimming to snorkelling. If you’re into canoeing try the nearby and stunning Wooli River and fishing boats can be launched from Minnie Water. In fact, it’s almost too easy to while away your days in this idyllic spot – you’ll never want to leave.

Wooli and Grafton are easily accessible if you find you need supplies while camping in this remote area.

If you’re thinking of camping with a group, be sure to visit the Illaroo group camping area.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info


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