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Crowdy Bay National Park Camp Sites

Located 35 km north-east of Taree off the Pacific Highway at Moorland; 5 km south of Laurieton via the coast road from Port Macquarie or 13 km east of Kew via Laurieton and the coast road.

Diamond Head camping ground (80 sites)

Wheelchair access: easy
This popular area offers campsites only a short distance from an accessible beach. Bring your own water. The area gets very busy on weekends and holidays, and camping fees apply.

You can take a loop track from this campground via Indian Head, with panoramic views of the coast, mountains and forests. You'll need to bring drinking water and firewood.

Getting there: This campground is just off the Coralville-Laurieton road.

Facilities: gas/electric barbecues, flush toilets, cold showers, amenities block

Water supply: There is only bore water here.

Contact: Port Macquarie, Phone: 02 6586 8300

Kylies Beach camping ground (70 sites)

Wheelchair access: medium
Kylie’s Walk leads to a historic slab hut that belonged to the author Kylie Tennant. Isolated and secluded campsites are nestled under trees, and access is down a moderately difficult grassy track. Camping is available all year, though please note that the beach is not accessible to wheelchairs. Bring your own water. Camping fees apply.

You can see Kylie Tennant's writing hut on a walk from this campground. There are car-based campsites, but you can also camp at sites that are a 3km walk from the road. You'll need to bring drinking water and firewood.

Getting there: This campground is off the Coralville-Laurieton road.

Facilities: non-flush toilets, cold showers

Water supply: There is only bore water here.

Contact: Port Macquarie, Phone: 02 6586 8300

Indian Head camping ground (60 sites)

Wheelchair access: medium
Indian Head features secluded grassy campsites, though there is no wheelchair access to the beach. Bring your own water. Camping fees apply.

You can take a loop track from this campground via Diamond Head, enjoying panoramic views of the coast, mountains and forests. You'll need to bring drinking water and firewood.

Getting there: This campground is off the Coralville-Laurieton road.

Facilities: non-flush toilets, cold showers

Water supply: There is only bore water here.

Contact: Port Macquarie, Phone: 02 6586 8300

 

More Information

DECC Information Centre
Level 14, 59-61 Goulburn Street,
Sydney NSW
Ph: 1300 361 967
Fax: (02) 9995 5999
Email: info@environment.nsw.gov.au