Delicate Campground

Campground

4.2 from 34 users

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You are now required to make a booking for all campgrounds and campsites in NSW national parks. This includes locations that were previously available for use without a booking. This is necessary to protect our visitors and prevent the spread of COVID-19. Book online or contact the National Parks Contact Centre on 1300 072 757. Delicate campground, in Goolawah Regional Park near Crescent Head, offers beach camping and caravan camping and welcomes those camping with dogs. It's the ideal Kempsey region camping spot. There are 50 unpowered sites suitable for tents, camper trailers, caravans and camping beside your vehicle. Drinking water is not available, you'll need to bring your own supply. Unpotable bore water is available. Firewood can be purchased from the campground manager. Bookings are not available at this campground. (Covid booking is required) This campground is suitable for groups and is the preferred location for caravan camping in this park. This is a remote campground, so please make sure you arrive well-prepared for your visit. Noise restrictions apply after 10pm at this campground. Check the weather before you set out as the road to this campground can become potholed and boggy when it rains. Dogs may be brought into Goolawah Regional Park, including Delicate campground, as long as park restrictions surrounding dogs are observed. Dogs are not permitted in the adjacent Goolawah National Park. Please do not bring un-desexed dogs in season - they may attract dingoes. Gathering firewood, generators and smoking are not permitted.

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Lat: -31.259855 Lng: 152.968024

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hart.millie

We loved our stay at this beautiful little campground. Plenty of space so campers are not on top of each other. Nice shady areas and well protected from the weather. All facilities were kept very clean and the camp manager was lovely. Plomer and Point Plomer Rd up from Port Macquarie were not maintained and is a slow drive full of big potholes. Enter this camp from the North.

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Rixter

The perfect campsite. For us, this is the best one on this whole North Central Coast line. Short walk to a dog friendly beach, very quiet, level sites and are only a couple of other people here. If you are self-contained there really is no need to camp anywhere else if you're in the area.

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User 2714188

Quiet on Wednesday night in late June, maybe 10 other small groups, the ocean waves lulled me to sleep. The campground is not flash but plenty of spots to tuck up into. There's flush toilets and sink for handwashing. Short walk to beach for beautiful sunrise and lovely long beach walk. Great for a night or two. Felt safe as solo woman traveller in tent.

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