Point Plomer, Limeburners Creek National Park, isn't a bad little spot if you want all the creature comforts but still feel like you're a million miles away. The site is grassed, has toilet and shower facilities, 4WD beach access, a rangers kiosk where you can purchase wood and ice, and has stunning views across the beach back up the unspoilt coast. You can relax and take in the sunset from the observation deck right on the beach. This site is remote but this is by no means rough bush camping.
A great spot for the outdoors family unit, with great beach swimming and plenty of opportunities for hiking, fishing and surfing.
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Cost: $11.50 per adult per night. $6 per child per night. Children under 5 years are free of charge. A minimum camping fee of $23 per site per night applies. Bookings are not available for this campground. Park entry fees apply, $8 per vehicle per day.
For further information contact Macleay area office (02) 6566 6621 Contact hours: 9am-4.30pm Monday to Friday
Getting there: From Kempsey take Crescent Head Road out to the village of Crescent Head. Once at Crescent Head village, take a right turn in to Baker Dr which becomes Point Plomer Road a short distance from the town. The campsite is about 17km down Point Plomer Road. 3km past Melaleuca Camp ground. You can also access the site by 4WD from the the Point Settlement Ferry at Port Macquarie. Note: Access may become difficult after major rain events and a 4WD may be required. -31.312231, 152.972091
Booluomba Creek, Conondale National Park
Booluomba Creek Area 1, Conondale National Park, is a secluded campsite set in an amazing Rainforest setting on the beautiful Booluomba Creek.
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