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Mowarry campground

Green Cape area in Beowa National Park

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Wake up with the waves at Mowarry campground, near Eden on the far south coast. This intimate camping spot is a convenient base to explore sheltered beaches and nearby coastal walks.

Accommodation Details
Number of campsites 5
Camping type Tent, Don't mind a short walk to tent
Facilities Carpark, toilets
What to bring Cooking water, drinking water, first aid kit, food supplies, fuel stove, insect repellent, personal locator beacon, sunscreen, toilet paper, torch
Price Park entry fees apply and can be paid at the time of booking.
Group bookings Book up to 20 people or 4 sites online. For larger groups, make a group booking enquiry.
Please note
  • There are 4 gravel camping pads for walk-in campers.
  • Sites are not marked or allocated.
  • There's a large, natural surface campsite reserved for school groups only. It can fit 12 two-person tents (up to 24 people).
  • There is no direct vehicle access to the campground. It’s a slightly sloped 600m walk from the carpark to the campground.
  • You need a 4WD to get to the carpark.
  • Always check the swell and tides before swimming at nearby beaches.
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Mowarry campground is ideal for adventurous campers looking for a remote bush camping experience. It's a walk-in campsite tucked away from crowds near Mowarry Point in Beowa National Park.  

After a 600m walk from your vehicle, set up camp among the bracelet honey myrtle trees. From your campsite, it’s a short 100m downhill walk to beautiful and secluded Mowarry Beach. Sheltered by headlands, this beach is great for snorkelling, swimming and fishing when the water is calm. 

Looking for more pristine beaches? Walk for about one hour north and you’ll find the rocky shores of Leather Jacket Bay. You might be lucky enough to spot whales and dolphins frolicking in the distance.

This campground sits along the multi-day Light to Light walk so you can sample a smaller walk section on your camping trip. Enjoy a short stroll in either direction to enjoy the impressive rock formations and rugged coastal scenery. If you’ve got more time and energy, lace up your boots and walk part of the track south to Saltwater Creek and back. This will take you around 4 hours return.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info

Nearby things to do

  • Boyds Tower to Saltwater Creek walking track, Beowa National Park. Photo: John Spencer © OEH

    Boyds Tower to Saltwater Creek walking track

    A section of the 30km Light to Light walk, Boyds Tower to Saltwater Creek walk covers 13.2km through scenic coast forest, with opportunities for swimming, fishing and birdwatching. 

  • Light to Light walkers standing on the red rocks at Bittangabee Bay. Photo: John Spencer © OEH

    Light to Light walk

    Begin this multi-day walk at Boyds Tower down the far south coast, and end at Green Cape Lighthouse. Stop for a swim and the opportunity to spot seals, seabirds and whales.

  • Surfers on the beach at Saltwater Creek campground, Beowa National Park. Photo: John Spencer/OEH

    Saltwater Creek campground

    Remote and secluded, Saltwater Creek campground offers swimming, fishing, surfing, paddling and walking in Beowa National Park, near Eden on the far south coast.


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