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Mimosa Rocks National Park Camp Sites

Driving from Tathra in the south, or Bermagui in the north, you can get to the park from the main Tathra-Bermagui Road. Side roads will take you to all areas of the park. Roads in the park are unsealed but suitable for 2WD cars. Roads are narrow and winding, and may become slippery after rain

Gillards campground (70 sites)

At this campground, you can enjoy fishing from the beach, surfing and beach walking.

Extra information about camping at this campground: you'll need to bring your own drinking water. Maximum length of stay: two weeks during school holiday periods; four weeks at other times.

Getting there: Turn off the Tathra-Bermagui road onto Gillards Road, just south of Tanja.

Facilities: wood barbecues, non-flush toilets

Bookings: No bookings are taken for this campground.

Contact: Narooma, Phone: (02) 4476 0800

Middle Beach campground (12 sites)

From here you can enjoy fishing, surfing, beach walking and canoeing.

Extra information about camping at this campground: campsites are around 100m from car parking. You'll need to bring your own drinking water. Maximum length of stay: two weeks during school holiday periods; four weeks at other times.

Getting there: Turn off the Tathra-Bermagui road onto Haighs Road, just north of Tanja.

Facilities: gas/electric barbecues, non-flush toilets

Bookings: No bookings are taken for this campground.

Contact: Narooma, Phone: (02) 4476 0800

Aragunnu campground (50 sites)

Wheelchair access: easy
There's a 200 m boardwalk to fine coastal views, as well as a shorter paved path to a lookout over the beach, both with information boards. The two picnic areas have an uneven grassy surface. One toilet is accessible with assistance. The beach is not accessible.

From this campground you can take a short walk to the Mimosa Rocks volcanic rock formation, Aragunnu Beach and some good fishing spots.

Extra information about camping at this campground: in some areas you can park your car on your campsite, but in others you can only park beside your site. You'll need to bring your own drinking water. Maximum length of stay: two weeks during school holiday periods; four weeks at other times.

Getting there: Turn off the Tathra-Bermagui Road onto Aragunnu Road, north of Wapengo.

Facilities: wood barbecues, non-flush toilets

Bookings: No bookings are taken for this campground.

Contact: Narooma, Phone: (02) 4476 0800

Picnic Point campground (18 sites)

Wheelchair access: medium
This pleasant camping and picnic area has a flat grassy surface and there's parking adjacent, however the beach is not accessible. The toilet is not designed for wheelchair access.

This is a small, flat, grassy area beside sandy beaches and banksia forest. It's a great place for walking, swimming, fishing and picnicking.

Extra information about camping at this campground: a limited number of sites are suitable for camper trailers. You'll need to bring your own drinking water. Maximum length of stay: two weeks during school holiday periods; four weeks at other times.

Getting there: This campground is at the end of Wapengo Lake Road, off the Bermagui-Tathra Road.

Facilities: wood barbecues, non-flush toilets

Bookings: No bookings are taken for this campground.

Contact: Narooma, Phone: (02) 4476 0800

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