Broughton Island campground is the only place in NSW where you can camp among an active seabird colony.
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Small and secluded, this camping spot is perfect for weekend getaways, with easy access walks and a nearby lagoon at the beach where the kids can make a splash.
Pitch your tent in unspoilt bushland near to Birdie Beach. It’s a popular campground, with walking, fishing, whale watching and surfing opportunities nearby.
Mungo Brush campground is a popular place near Hawks Nest on the north coast. Featuring caravan sites, it’s near the beach and the lake; you can go fishing, walking and kayaking.
Located just 15km south of Forster, The Ruins campground is well equipped and a convenient base to explore nearby beaches, swimming, walking and whale watching activities.
Bangalow campground at Watagans National Park provides a relaxed getaway for the family or adventure camper.
Take the caravan and family to Banksia Green campground for beach fishing, swimming and walking near Bombah Broadwater, in 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.
Brambles Green campground offers secluded camping by the river in Myall Lakes National Park. It’s a great place to stop on a kayaking trip or overnight hike.
For a family holiday filled with boating, paddling, sailing, and fishing, head for Dees Corner campground in Myall Lakes National Park, on Bombah Broadwater.