NSW’s Affordable Accommodation – Campsite

Where is it?

Murramarang National Park, NSW South Coast. Tucked into forest behind Pebbly Beach lies this campground, renowned for its population of eastern grey kangaroos. Pebbly Beach itself is a two-minute walk away, ideal for swimming, fishing or canoeing. There are nearby walking tracks featuring rock platforms to the south and steep hills around Durras Mountain to the north, adding to the variety of activities available.

What’s it like?

This unpowered coastal gem offers 20 sites for tents and campervans, but the access road is not suitable for caravans. Facilities include wood barbecues (with firewood supplies), gas and electric barbecues, flush toilets, cold showers and an untreated water supply that must be boiled before drinking.

How much does it cost?

$10 per adult per night, $5 per child per night. Annual pass or daily vehicle entry fee of $7 is also required. Bookings essential during school holidays.

The details

Pebbly Beach, Murramarang National Park, NSW. (02) 4478 6023;
environment.nsw.gov.au/nationalparks
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