North Head Camping Area

Campground

4.5 from 52 users

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NOTE: COVID-safe travel from 1 June 2020 - All camping in NSW national parks requires a booking. Use the website link to book. N.B. Access to the campground from Durras Drive is approx 7.5km, using the unsealed North Head Road (2.7kms of which is past the gate). North Head campground in Murramarang National Park feels remote, yet its within easy reach of Batemans Bay. Enjoy walking, swimming, and snorkelling at the nearby beach. There are no fees for camping, however National Park entry fees apply. This remote bush camp spot is ideal for the adventurous campers who like to get away from it all. At North Head campground, in Murramarang National Park, youll feel a million miles away from the modern world yet only a short drive from Batemans Bay on the South Coast. Once you have pitched your tent, its only a short stroll to the beach and headlands of this rugged pristine coastline. Spend your days swimming, walking, fishing and exploring along the wild and unspoilt spots including Honeysuckle Beach. Its a short drive or long walk to Oakey Beach walking track. At night, dine under the stars before collapsing into your tent, lulled to sleep by the sounds of the crashing waves. In the morning, head to the beach and dive into the sparkling clean waves and youll be ready to do it all again. NOTE: - Pets are not permitted. - NSW national parks are no smoking areas. - Non-flush toilets are available.

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Lat: -35.718672 Lng: 150.274524

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Jemmad28

Great value for money. Plenty of sites available. Bush walk and beach nearby. Easy to book. Toilet only

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SatimantuAddhagu@gmail.com

Route doesn't show on Wikicamps so turn down Durras Drive and it's sign posted off to the right. Lovely spot, well set out with fire pits in each fenced site. Clean drop toilets. Lots of wildlife and short walk down to lovely beach. Beautiful even in really wet weather but does get really muddy as you'd expect.

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frogfanger

5 star National Park. Easy 2wd access. Wildlife is everywhere, walks, sea. Trees, are fab. Camping sites are small tightly fenced together with 10 spots. Bring water/firewood and extra bedding if its cold as in late April. Ranger was very nice to jump start my car. Pay the $8 car day pass and $6 camping booking fees online before hand.

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