Last Updated Nov 2014
Close the the lake and a walking track to the beach.
The campground is very well established and has good quality long drop toilets, shady campsites and picnic tables.
It does get very busy here in the peak times, but if you go mid week or in the cooler months you can often have the place all to yourself.
Fires are permitted at this campground (unlike some others around Myall Lakes) but you will need to bring your won firewood and observe fire bans.
The beach section is a bit to hairy for swimming usually, but the lake is beautiful, with gently sloping, sandy bottom, and clean clear water.
$10 per person per night in peak season - $7 in off peak seasons.
There is also a $7 vehicle entry fee, unless you have an annual pass
Self serve booth at campsite.
You can't pre-book sites, and they are ona first come, first served basis. You need to stop at the Mungo Brush campsite down the road and use the self registration desk there.
Longdrop or composting
No water available at this campsite
Fires may be allowed in built fire places. Please check local fire bans and rules.
Wood barbeques are available. Bring firewood and check firebans.
You are able to swim in the lake nearby.
There are fishing spots at or near this campsite.
There are canoeing and kayaking spots at or near this campsite
Protecting one of the states largest coastal lake systems, this is a boaters paradise.
This campsite is accessable with regular 2wd vehicles.
About 28km north of Hawkes Nest on the Mungo Brush Road. The campground is a just past the Mungo Brush campground.
You can also get there from the other side via Bombah Point Road and crossing the ferry (fee applies)
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