Termeil Point campground
Meroo National Park
Termeil Point campground is a perfect getaway. The beach and lake nearby provide a playground for swimming, padding, fishing, mountain biking, walking and birdwatching.
|Number of campsites||12|
|Camping type||Tent, Camping beside my vehicle|
|Facilities||Picnic tables, carpark, toilets|
|What to bring||Drinking water, cooking water, firewood, fuel stove|
|Price||Free. There are no camping fees at this campground but a $6 booking fee applies.|
|Bookings||Bookings are required. Book online or call the National Parks Contact Centre on 1300 072 757.|
Set on the headland amongst open forest, with ocean on one side and Termeil Lake on the other, this small and secluded campground has plenty of things to see and do. Take the kids swimming at the beach, or bring your kayak or canoe to go paddling on the lake. Try your luck fishing from the beach or the nearby lake. Grab your binoculars and head down the lake for some fantastic birdwatching.
After a good nights rest, enjoy a hot breakfast around the campfire and watch the early morning sun emerge through the trees as you prepare for another day in this pristine coastal playground.
For the latest updates on fires, closures and other alerts in this area, see https://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/camping-and-accommodation/campgrounds/termeil-point-campground/local-alerts
- National Parks Contact Centre
- 7am to 7pm daily
- 1300 072 757 (13000 PARKS) for the cost of a local call within Australia excluding mobiles
- Ulladulla office
- Monday to Friday, 9am to 4pm.
- 02 4454 9500
- Lot 9 Blackburn Industrial Estate, 6 Coller Road Ulladulla NSW 2539
- in Meroo National Park in the South Coast region
Meroo National Park is always open but may have to close at times due to poor weather or fire danger.
All the practical information you need to know about Termeil Point campground.
Getting there and parking
Termeil Point campground is in the Termeil Point precinct in the southern part of Meroo National Park. To get there:
- Travel south on Princes Highway from Ulladulla
- Approximately 14km south of Ulladulla turn left into Blackbutt Road
- Continue for approximately 2km to the fork in the road
- Turn right and follow for approximately 600m to the Termeil Point campground carpark
Check the weather before you set out, as the road to Termeil Point campground can become boggy when it rains.
- Unsealed roads
- All roads require 4WD vehicle
- Dry weather only
Parking is available at Termeil Point campground.
Best times to visit
There are lots of great things waiting for you in Meroo National Park. Here are some of the highlights.
Enjoy the serenity on the water while paddling a canoe or kayak in one of the park's coastal lakes.
Escape your busy city life and spend a night at one of the beachside camping areas.
Head to Termeil Beach or Pot Holes Beach for a day of swimming, surfing and beach fishing.
Rug up and take in spectacular coastal views from Nuggan Point walking track.
Weather, temperature and rainfall
9°C and 27°C
0°C and 13°C
The area’s highest recorded rainfall in one day
- Shops are located in Tabourie (3km), Burrill Lake (12km) and Ulladulla (14km).
- Water is not available at this campground
- There are no shower facilities at this campground
- Rubbish bins are not available, please take rubbish with you when leaving.
- Non-flush toilets
Picnic tables are provided at Stokes Island picnic area and Termeil Beach picnic area.
Maps and downloads
Disability access level - hard
The toilets are wheelchair accessible.
Camp fires and solid fuel burners
- Fires are permitted and must be located within the marked boundaries of numbered campsites. There are no camp fire facilities provided.
- Limited firewood available on site. You are encouraged to bring your own firewood or fuel stove.
Chemical toilets are not permitted. Please use toilet facilities provided.
Chainsaws are not permitted.
NSW national parks are no smoking areas.
Batemans Bay (33 km)
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Bawley Point (5 km)
Some of the beaches around Bawley Point are popular with surfers looking for the best waves along the coast. But there are plenty of other beaches where you can swim, picnic or simply watch kangaroos enjoying the surf.
Ulladulla (13 km)
Ulladulla is close to several wonderful national parks. Morton National Park, to the west, is home to Pigeon House Mountain, a local landmark which is a popular climb. Murramarang National Park, between Ulladulla and Batemans Bay, has beautiful coastal walks, beaches and camping sites.
Termeil Point campground is in Meroo National Park. Here are just some of the reasons why this park is special:
Amazing wildlife haven
Meroo and Termeil Lakes are listed in the National Directory of Important Australian Wetlands and stand out for their abundance and diversity of mammals and frogs. The park also has at least 12 threatened wildlife species, including significant populations of the nationally endangered green and golden bell frog. As you explore the coastline keep a lookout to spot dolphins and whales off the coast. Thee's also excellent opportunities for birdwatching at Meroo. You'll see ducks, swans, pelicans, honeyeaters, superb blue wrens and pied oystercatchers. You might also spot sea eagles or an osprey soaring overhead. And if you're really lucky, you might even see a pair of hooded plover. There are less than 25 pairs known to occur in NSW, and the Meroo, Termeil and Willinga Lake entrances are prime breeding habitats for this vulnerable species.
- Meroo Lake walking track Wrap yourself in the tranquillity of calm coastal waters at Meroo Lake walking track. Enjoy paddling, swimming, fishing, birdwatching and walking in a pristine natural landscape.
- Tabourie Lake Tabourie Lake is a beautiful coastal lake ideal for fishing, paddling, windsurfing, swimming, walking and birdwatching.
Pristine natural landscapes
The coastal lakes, foreshores and wetlands you'll find in Meroo are outstanding examples of pristine natural environments. Only 10% of NSW estuaries remain in such a natural condition. This unspoilt landscape supports endangered ecological communities like the swamp oak floodplain forest and bangalay-banksia dry forest and helps to protect vulnerable plant species such as the tangled bedstraw and leafless tongue orchid.
- Meroo Head lookout walking track You can’t miss the spectacular coastal views from Meroo Head lookout walking track. It’s an easy walking track and a great place for birdwatching and whale watching.
- Nuggan Point walking track Go walking or mountain biking on this easy trail. Enjoy breathtaking coastal views, fishing, whale watching and birdwatching at Nuggan Point, then stop at Meroo Beach for a swim.
Rich Aboriginal culture
Meroo National Park forms part of the traditional lands of the Budawang and Murramarang tribes, who are part of the Dhurga language group. Meroo Lake has important spiritual significance for local Aboriginal groups because, along with other lakes in the region, it is connected to the Pigeon House Didthul creation stories that connect them with their country and ancestor spirits. The park is rich with archaeological sites including shell middens, open campsites, artefact scatters, stone arrangements, rock shelters and a burial site.
- Giriwa walking track Discover Aboriginal cultural heritage along Giriwa walking track, in Meroo National Park. Enjoy the natural beauty of Burrill Lake, near Ulladulla, then stop for a picnic, swim or kayak.