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Smoky Head, Hat Head NP, South West Rocks

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Smoky Head, Hat Head National Park, is rainforest camping with access from the site to miles of pristine open beach, If you like fishing and surfing, check out this beautiful spot.

Smoky Head, Hat Head National Park, is a shaded little campsite set in rain forest not far from the Smoky Cape light house. The cape provides a panoramic view of the surrounding area and beautiful coast line. There is walking access from the site to miles of pristine open beach. 4WD access to various beaches and bays around the cape are accessible from other nearby parts of the National Park.

A permit is required to take 4WD vehicles on the beach; these are available at various outlets in South West Rocks, Hat Head and Crescent Head.

If you like fishing and surfing, check out this beautiful spot.

For more information click on the Key Features above.


Cost: $6 per adult per night. $3.50 per child per night.  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 South West Rocks, take Arakoon Rd south, then take Light house Rd about 2 Km further south out to the sign posted campsite. -30.927767, 153.077759



                                                      
    

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