Picnic Point Campground

Last Updated Jan 2014 | Originally suggested by combicombi

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Beach-side camping, suitable for camper-trailers and tents.

The sites are grassy / sandy and suitable for tent based camping. You can park next to your tent or use a camper trailer.

Fire pits / wood fired barbecues are provided (to cook all the fish you catch). Bring your own firewood.

Not the safest swimming beach as there are strong rips and shore break at times.

Good fishing from the rocks near the campground.

Facilities and activities at Picnic Point

Number of sites:


Camping Fees:

$10 per night (Adults)

$5 for Children


Cashier on site.

How to book:

Fees are collected by rangers who visit the campground.


Longdrop or composting


Not allowed

Water Availability:

No water available at this campsite

Camp fires:

Fires may be allowed in built fire places. Please check local fire bans and rules.


Wood barbeques are available. Bring firewood and check firebans.


This campsite is near the ocean.


There are fishing spots at or near this campsite.

Picnic Tables:

Picnic tables are not provided at this camsite

Horse Riding:


Canoeing / Kayaking:

There are canoeing and kayaking spots at or near this campsite

More Information


Location information for Picnic Point


This campsite is accessable with regular 2wd vehicles.

Getting there

Take the Wepengo Lake Road off the Tathra Bermagui Road. The campground is signed at the end of the road (about 6km)

View directions from Bega to Picnic Point in google maps

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