Long Point Camp Ground


2.7 from 4 users


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. This location is a free campground, however a booking fee of $6 per site applies. Money collected will be used to manage campground numbers and improve your safety. This free campground offers toilets. Dogs are not permitted. Camping in tents is allowed.

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Lat: -30.666221 Lng: 151.936801

User Reviews



Camped here two nights ago, decent bush camp with no one else there. A middle of nowhere kind of situation. Good drop toilet. We had quite a windy night with lots of branches and trees falling (a bit off-putting with so many tall trees all around) but we had the one good spot under a clearing. In the morning we found 3 freshly fallen trees about 20-50m from edge of campground. If visiting maybe check the wind beforehand. Also found a solid 4x4 track nearby - we turned off from Long Point Road onto Faints Trail, which turned into Long Pt Boundary Trail which took us back Long Pt Road. Bit overgrown, a fallen tree and mud from light rain the night before but still managed to get through.


Linus 2

Nice spot for camper trailer or small van in dry weather. Only a few spots, so the NPWS booking system would work well. Beautiful walk through the World Heritage listed Dry Rainforest - Lyrebirds heard close and lots of scratchings visible on the Chandler View Circuit walk.



20km drive on unsealed dirt/gravel road from Hillgrove, in good condition and can be done in a 2WD no worries in relatively dry weather. Campsite is small with only a few sites, each with a fireplace. Drop toilet in the campground (BYO toilet paper) and 200m away is a picnic area with an undercover picnic table and a small water tank. Sites are firmly packed dirt. A very peaceful and quiet spot with a couple of nice walks to explore around the Macleay Gorge. There's a couple of bars of both Optus and Telstra, when the wind is blowing the right way. Come prepared as it's a fair way off the beaten track.


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