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Myall Lakes National Park Camp Sites

To reach O'Sullivan's Gap picnic area, turn off the Pacific Highway onto the Old Pacific Highway 8 kilometres north of Bulahdelah

Bombah Broadwater: campgrounds on the eastern shore

The following camping areas are located on or around the eastern shore of the Bombah Broadwater:

  • Mungo Brush (78 sites)
  • Dees Corner (16 sites)
  • White Tree Bay (15 sites)
  • The Wells (12 sites)
  • Boomeri (20 sites)
  • Banksia Green (15 sites)

Please note that gas barbecues are only available at White Tree Bay and Mungo Brush. Wood and solid fuel fires are not permitted at Boomeri, White Tree Bay or Mungo Brush. Boomeri is not suitable for caravans or camper trailers.

Getting there: To get to these campgrounds, you can follow Bombah Point Road (unpaved sections) south from Bulahdelah, using the Bombah Point ferry. Alternatively, take Mungo Brush Road north of Hawks Nest.

Facilities: gas/electric barbecues, non-flush toilets, wood barbecues (bring your own firewood)

Water supply: No drinking water available

Bookings: No bookings are taken at any campgrounds - camping is on a first come, first served basis. NPWS fee collectors regularly visit camping areas to collect camping and vehicle entry fees. They also sell annual passes for extended visits.

Contact: Great Lakes (Pacific Palms), Phone: 02 6591 0300

Boolambayte Lake

The following camping areas are located around the Two-mile and Boolambayte Lakes:

  • Korsmans Landing (26 sites)
  • Bungaree Bay (7 sites)
  • Violet Hill (40 sites).

Getting there: See detailed information for each camping area.

Facilities: non-flush toilets

Water supply: No drinking water available

Bookings: No bookings are taken at any campgrounds - camping is on a first come, first served basis. NPWS fee collectors regularly visit camping areas to collect camping and vehicle entry fees. They also sell annual passes for extended visits.

Contact: Great Lakes (Pacific Palms), Phone: 02 6591 0300

Korsmans Landing campground (20 sites)

This campground is set wit hin open eucalypt forest and you might see eastern grey kangaroos grazing nearby. There is a wharf and an unsealed boat ramp.

Getting there: From the Pacific Highway, turn south onto Lakes Road at Bulahdelah. Travel along this road for around 12km, then take the left turnoff to Korsmans Landing.

Facilities: wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), non-flush toilets

Water supply: No drinking water available

Bookings: No bookings are taken at any campgrounds - camping is on a first come, first served basis. NPWS fee collectors regularly visit camping areas to collect camping and vehicle entry fees. They also sell annual passes for extended visits.

Contact: Great Lakes (Pacific Palms), Phone: 02 6591 0300

Mungo Brush campground (80 sites)

Wheelchair access: medium
Some toilets in this area are accessible to visitors in wheelchairs.

This popular campground has a boat ramp and a variety of walking tracks, so you can discover the park from both land and water. It has open areas ideal for caravans, as well as secluded tent-based sites. There are walking tracks, including the Rainforest Loop and Tamboi walk. A short walking track opposite the camping area leads to the beach. Wood and solid fuel fires are not permitted. The park's main waste and recycling service is here.

Getting there: You can follow Bombah Point Road (unpaved sections) south from Bulahdelah, using the Bombah Point ferry. Alternatively, take Mungo Brush Road north of Hawks Nest.

Facilities: picnic tables, gas/electric barbecues, non-flush toilets, flush toilets, boat ramp

Water supply: Bore water is available (not suitable for drinking).

Bookings: No bookings are taken at any campgrounds - camping is on a first come, first served basis. NPWS fee collectors regularly visit camping areas to collect camping and vehicle entry fees. They also sell annual passes for extended visits.

Contact: Great Lakes (Pacific Palms), Phone: 02 6591 0300

Stewart and Lloyds campground (12 sites)

This campground is directly behind the park's extensive sand dunes, and has walking tracks across the dunes to the beach. There is good beach fishing, but surf conditions are often rough.

Getting there: From the Pacific Highway, take Tea Gardens Road, then turn onto Mungo Brush Road at Hawks Nest. Follow Mungo Brush Road for approximately 10km, then turn right onto a short trail which will take you to the campground.

Facilities: non-flush toilets, wood barbecues (bring your own firewood)

Water supply: No drinking water available

Bookings: No bookings are taken at any campgrounds - camping is on a first come, first served basis. NPWS fee collectors regularly visit camping areas to collect camping and vehicle entry fees. They also sell annual passes for extended visits.

Contact: Great Lakes (Pacific Palms), Phone: 02 6591 0300

Neranie Head campground (35 sites)

This campground has good access to Myall Lake, and is perfect for lakeside activities. There's a boat ramp at nearby Hearts Point Picnic Area. You can also go on a short walk to the historic cemetery at Neranie Headland. Wood and solid fuel fires are not permitted.

Getting there: From the Pacific Highway, turn onto The Lakes Way 3km north of Bulahdelah. Travel along The Lakes Way for 26km, then turn onto Seal Rocks Road at Bungwahl. After 2km, take the right-hand turnoff to Neranie Head.

Facilities: picnic tables, gas/electric barbecues, non-flush toilets

Water supply: No drinking water available

Bookings: No bookings are taken at any campgrounds - camping is on a first come, first served basis. NPWS fee collectors regularly visit camping areas to collect camping and vehicle entry fees. They also sell annual passes for extended visits.

Contact: Great Lakes (Pacific Palms), Phone: 02 6591 0300

Yagon campground (40 sites)

This campground lies behind the dunes, with close walking access to the beach. Visit nearby Seal Rocks and the Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse. You can also go on overnight walks to Shelly Beach and Mungo Brush from here. Wood and solid fuel fires are not permitted.

Getting there: From the Pacific Highway, turn onto The Lakes Way 3km north of Bulahdelah. Travel along The Lakes Way for 26km, then turn onto Seal Rocks Road at Bungwahl. Follow this road 10km, then turn right just before the Seal Rocks shop and continue until the end.

Facilities: picnic tables, gas/electric barbecues, non-flush toilets

Water supply: No drinking water available

Bookings: No bookings are taken at any campgrounds - camping is on a first come, first served basis. NPWS fee collectors regularly visit camping areas to collect camping and vehicle entry fees. They also sell annual passes for extended visits.

Contact: Great Lakes (Pacific Palms), Phone: 02 6591 0300

Banksia Green campground (15 sites)

This campground is directly behind the park's dunes, with short walking access to the beach. There is good beach fishing, but surf conditions are often rough. The campground is close to Mungo Brush Rainforest Loop and the Tamboi walk.

Getting there: You can drive to this campground along Mungo Brush Road (paved), north of Hawks Nest. Alternatively, take Bombah Point Road south from Bulahdelah, using the Bombah Point ferry. The campground is at the end of a short trail off Mungo Brush Road, just south of Mungo Brush.

Facilities: wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), non-flush toilets

Water supply: No drinking water available

Bookings: No bookings are taken at any campgrounds - camping is on a first come, first served basis. NPWS fee collectors regularly visit camping areas to collect camping and vehicle entry fees. They also sell annual passes for extended visits.

Contact: Great Lakes (Pacific Palms), Phone: 02 6591 0300

Boomeri campground (20 sites)

This camping area is set away from the lake shore amongst stunning smooth-barked Angopheras and grass trees. You can walk or cycle along the Old Gibber Track to Johnson's Beach from here. Wood and solid fuel fires are not permitted.

Facilities: non-flush toilets

Water supply: No drinking water available.

Bookings: No bookings are taken at any campgrounds - camping is on a first come, first served basis. NPWS fee collectors regularly visit camping areas to collect camping and vehicle entry fees. They also sell annual passes for extended visits.

Contact: Great Lakes (Pacific Palms), Phone: 02 6591 0300

Brambles Green campground (2 sites)

This boat-based camping area is an ideal overnight stop for kayakers and canoeists paddling the lower Myall River and for hikers on the Brambles Green-Tamboi walk. It is a small grassy area directly beside the river.

Getting there: Access is by boat or foot only. Walkers can access via Brambles Green Fire Trail (off Mungo Brush Road) or via Tamboi Boardwalk (turn left off the Tamboi walk shortly before reaching the fishing village).

Facilities: wood barbecues (bring your own firewood)

Water supply: No drinking water available.

Bookings: No bookings are taken at any campgrounds - camping is on a first come, first served basis. NPWS fee collectors regularly visit camping areas to collect camping and vehicle entry fees. They also sell annual passes for extended visits.

Contact: Great Lakes (Pacific Palms), Phone: 02 6591 0300

Bungaree Bay campground (7 sites)

This small, secluded camping area is set close to the lake shore and is surrounded by paperbark and casuarina forest. Just minutes down the road, Violet Hill has a boat ramp.

Facilities: wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), non-flush toilets

Water supply: No drinking water available.

Bookings: No bookings are taken at any campgrounds - camping is on a first come, first served basis. NPWS fee collectors regularly visit camping areas to collect camping and vehicle entry fees. They also sell annual passes for extended visits.

Contact: Great Lakes (Pacific Palms), Phone: 02 6591 0300

Dees Corner campground (16 sites)

The camping area is close to both the lake and the beach. It connects directly with Mungo Brush via the Rainforest walking track. The Mungo 4 wheel drive beach access track is also nearby.

 

Getting there: To get to this campground, you can follow Lakes Road (unpaved sections) south from Bulahdelah, using the Bombah Point ferry. Alternatively, take Mungo Brush Road north of Hawks Nest. Roads are paved.

Facilities: wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), non-flush toilets

Water supply: No drinking water available.

Bookings: No bookings are taken at any campgrounds - camping is on a first come, first served basis. NPWS fee collectors regularly visit camping areas to collect camping and vehicle entry fees. They also sell annual passes for extended visits.

Contact: Great Lakes (Pacific Palms), Phone: 02 6591 0300

Freshwater campground

This boat-based camping area is located on Two Mile Lake and features sandy beaches and shallow waters adjacent to the camping area.

Getting there: Access is by boat or foot only. It's a 2 km walk in from Mungo Brush Road (contact the park office for track details).

Facilities: wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), non-flush toilets

Water supply: No drinking water available.

Bookings: No bookings are taken at any campgrounds - camping is on a first come, first served basis. NPWS fee collectors regularly visit camping areas to collect camping and vehicle entry fees. They also sell annual passes for extended visits.

Contact: Great Lakes (Pacific Palms), Phone: 02 6591 0300

Joes Cove campground (2 sites)

This small, secluded camping area is located at the base of Two Mile Lake.

Getting there: Access is by boat or foot only. It's an 800m walk in from Mungo Brush Road (contact the park office for track details).

Facilities: wood barbecues (bring your own firewood)

Water supply: No drinking water available.

Bookings: No bookings are taken at any campgrounds - camping is on a first come, first served basis. NPWS fee collectors regularly visit camping areas to collect camping and vehicle entry fees. They also sell annual passes for extended visits.

Contact: Great Lakes (Pacific Palms), Phone: 02 6591 0300

Johnsons Beach campground (17 sites)

This is one of the larger boat-based camping areas. It features sandy beaches and shallow waters adjacent to the camping area. There are a number of walking tracks nearby, including Johnsons Hill track and the Old Gibber track.

Getting there: Access is by boat or foot only. There is a boat ramp nearby at Violet Hill. Walkers can access the campground via the Old Gibber track (from Mungo Brush Road, 4 km).

Facilities: wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), non-flush toilets

Water supply: No drinking water available.

Bookings: No bookings are taken at any campgrounds - camping is on a first come, first served basis. NPWS fee collectors regularly visit camping areas to collect camping and vehicle entry fees. They also sell annual passes for extended visits.

Contact: Great Lakes (Pacific Palms), Phone: 02 6591 0300

Mackaway Bay campground (3 sites)

This small, secluded camping area is located on the narrow stretch of water between Two Mile and Boolambayte lakes. It is often sheltered during windy conditions.

Getting there: Access is by boat or foot only -- contact the park office for walking track details.

Facilities: wood barbecues (bring your own firewood)

Water supply: No drinking water available.

Bookings: No bookings are taken at any campgrounds - camping is on a first come, first served basis. NPWS fee collectors regularly visit camping areas to collect camping and vehicle entry fees. They also sell annual passes for extended visits.

Contact: Great Lakes (Pacific Palms), Phone: 02 6591 0300

Rivermouth campground (5 sites)

This boat-based camping area is an ideal overnight stop for kayakers and canoeists paddling the Upper Myall River. Camp sites are nestled into the bush a short distance from the riverbank.

Getting there: Access is by boat or foot only. Walkers can access via the Rivermouth Fire Trail (off Bombah Point Road, 4 km).

Facilities: wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), non-flush toilets

Water supply: No drinking water available.

Bookings: No bookings are taken at any campgrounds - camping is on a first come, first served basis. NPWS fee collectors regularly visit camping areas to collect camping and vehicle entry fees. They also sell annual passes for extended visits.

Contact: Great Lakes (Pacific Palms), Phone: 02 6591 0300

Shelly Beach campground (18 sites)

This is one of the larger boat-based camping areas. It features sandy beaches with shallow water along the lake shore. There are opportunities for walking nearby along the Old Gibber track.

Getting there: Access is by boat or foot only. Walkers can reach the camping area via the Old Gibber track (off Mungo Brush Rd, 11km)

Facilities: wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), non-flush toilets

Water supply: No drinking water available.

Bookings: No bookings are taken at any campgrounds - camping is on a first come, first served basis. NPWS fee collectors regularly visit camping areas to collect camping and vehicle entry fees. They also sell annual passes for extended visits.

Sunnyside camping area (4 sites)

This boat-based camping area is located on the narrow stretch of water between Two Mile and Boolambayte Lakes. It is at the site of the former Sunnyside Guesthouse.

Getting there: Access is generally by boat.

Facilities: wood barbecues (bring your own firewood)

Water supply: No drinking water available.

Bookings: No bookings are taken at any campgrounds - camping is on a first come, first served basis. NPWS fee collectors regularly visit camping areas to collect camping and vehicle entry fees. They also sell annual passes for extended visits.

The Wells campground (12 sites)

This camping area is located on the eastern shore of Bombah Broadwater. It is one of the areas around the Broadwater where campfires are permitted.

Getting there: You can follow Bombah Point Road (unpaved sections) south from Bulahdelah, using the Bombah Point ferry. Alternatively, take Mungo Brush Road north of Hawks Nest.

Facilities: wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), non-flush toilets

Water supply: No drinking water available.

Bookings: No bookings are taken at any campgrounds - camping is on a first come, first served basis. NPWS fee collectors regularly visit camping areas to collect camping and vehicle entry fees. They also sell annual passes for extended visits.

Two Mile Sands campground (4 sites)

This boat-based camping area is located on Two Mile Lake and features sandy beaches and shallow waters adjacent to the camping area. A short walking track connects the camp sites.

Getting there: Access is by boat only.

Facilities: wood barbecues (bring your own firewood)

Water supply: No drinking water available.

Bookings: No bookings are taken at any campgrounds - camping is on a first come, first served basis. NPWS fee collectors regularly visit camping areas to collect camping and vehicle entry fees. They also sell annual passes for extended visits.

White Tree Bay campground (15 sites)

This camping area is located on the eastern shore of Bombah Broadwater. It includes a large picnic area and gas barbecue.

Facilities: picnic tables, gas/electric barbecues, non-flush toilets

Water supply: No drinking water available.

Bookings: No bookings are taken at any campgrounds - camping is on a first come, first served basis. NPWS fee collectors regularly visit camping areas to collect camping and vehicle entry fees. They also sell annual passes for extended visits.

 

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