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Yuraygir National Park Camp Sites

From Coffs Harbour travel north on the Pacific Highway for 43 kilometres, then turn right onto the Barcoongere Forest Way. It's 13 kilometres from the highway to the Station Creek Camping Area.

Illaroo campground (60 sites)

There's easy access to the beach and a walk-in camp area at Rocky Point with no facilities. Two easy short walks start at Illaroo: the Rocky Point Track (2km return) and the Angophora Grove Walk (1km return) towards Minnie Water village.

Getting there: Drive here via Wooli Road and Minnie Water Road (off the Pacific Highway 12km south of Grafton).

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

Contact: Grafton, Phone: 02 6641 1500

Sandon River campground (40 sites)

This camping ground is close to Sandon River, a popular fishing spot with a boat ramp.

Getting there: Follow Sandon Road in from Brooms Head Road.

Facilities: picnic tables, wood barbecues, gas/electric barbecues, non-flush toilets, flush toilets, amenities block, drinking water, public phone

Contact: Grafton, Phone: 02 6641 1500

Lake Arragan and Red Cliff campgrounds (65 sites)

Explore isolated beaches or canoe on Lake Arragan. A 10km walking track takes you north to Angourie.

Getting there: These campsites are on Brooms Head Road.

Facilities: picnic tables, wood barbecues, non-flush toilets, drinking water

Contact: Grafton, Phone: 02 6641 1500

Shelley Head campground (5 sites)

Campsites are close to Shelley Caves, Little Shelley Beach and Caves Beach, where you can swim and fish. Bring your own water and fuel stove.

Getting there: Drive to either Angourie or Lake Arragan, where you can park your car.

Facilities: picnic tables

Contact: Grafton, Phone: 02 6641 1500

Station Creek campground (20 sites)

Swimming and fishing is available very close to this camping area. Canoeists can enjoy Station Creek. Corkwood and Scribbly Gum Walking Track follows the creek upstream. Bring your own water.

Getting there: The campground is at the end of Barcoongere Way.

Facilities: picnic tables, wood barbecues, non-flush toilets

Contact: Grafton, Phone: 02 6641 1500

Boorkoom campground (10 sites)

You'll find swimming and fishing spots close by. Wilsons Headland Walk (3km one way, grade easy) links Boorkoom Camping Area to the Wilsons Headland Picnic Area. Bring your own water.

Getting there: Take Wooli Road and Diggers Camp Road.

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

Contact: Grafton, Phone: 02 6641 1500

Pebbly Beach campground (60 sites)

Here you'll find places to swim and fish. You'll need to bring your own water. Freshwater Track is 4km return, grade medium. Corkwood and Scribbly Gum Walking Track follows the creek upstream. It's 1.5km return, easy grade.

This camping area is not suitable for large caravans but is suitable for small caravans and trailers if towed by high clearance 4WD.

Firewood is provided for open fire places.

Getting there: Access to the camping area is a combination of unsealed road, dune track, beach and saltwater creek crossing and is suitable for high clearance 4WD only at LOW tide. The campground is at the end of Barcoongerie Way.

Facilities: non-flush toilets

Contact: Grafton, Phone: 02 6641 1500

Rocky Point campground

This is a walk-in camground, about 100m walk from the Illaroo campground.

There's easy access to the beach and two easy short walks start at Illaroo: the Rocky Point Track (2km return) and the Angophora Grove Walk (1km return) towards Minnie Water village.

Getting there: Walk in from Illaroo campground.

Contact: Grafton, Phone: 02 6641 1500

 

More Information

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Email: info@environment.nsw.gov.au