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This camp is a 20klm drive down a mostly unsealed road to arrive at a Camp Site where the sites are basically the same as most National parks. You could have been in any National Park with camp sites very small and compact and fenced...More
Bundjalung National Park extends along the NSW coast from Evens Head to just North of Iluka. We drove in from the highway to Black Rocks picnic area and campground.
It is a lovely campground behind the sand dunes. Each campsite has its own picnic table...More
Not too far off the highway, along a dirt track,
out to the campsite.
Very basic camping, but back to nature is what it is all about.
Used to be able to drive onto the beach,
but the access has been washed away
We have been to Black Rocks campground a few times now and the sites are perfect. Each one with its own picnic table, firepit and clotheline. The few pit toilets are as clean as they can be. The beach can get quite windy and rough...More
This coastal area is stunning. I stayed at the Iluka end of the National Park where the access to the beaches is so easy. Even at a busy time of year it's easy to get away from other people and enjoy the bays, the bluffs,...More
Spent three nights here and if you are a self sufficient camper, it is idyllic. Beautiful bush walk to the mouth of Jerusalem Creek and then enjoy a dip in the creek upon your return. Will bring kayaks next time to explore the creek further....More
Got to this place by accident. Around 20 minute drive from the highway. Spotted a few kangaroos on the way. For virgin nature lovers - take a drive to discover balck rocks. Walk towards Jerusalem creek. Views are very peacefull and romantic.