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Boomeri, Myall Lake Nat Park, North of Hawks Nest

Boomeri, Myall Lake National Park, Is a flat shaded camp ground at the northern end of Mungo Brush Rd. A great place for large groups to spread out among the smooth barked angophoras and grass trees.
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Boomeri, Myall Lake National Park, Is a flat shaded camp ground at the northern end of Mungo Brush Rd. A great place for large groups to spread out among the smooth barked angophoras and grass trees. Fishing, boating and paddling in the quiet waters of Bombah Broadwater are an option, or follow fire trails out to Johnsons Beach for a swim. The site is not suitable for caravans or campers and open fires are not permitted.

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Cost: Peak (NSW school holidays, December, January, and public holiday long weekends): $11.50 per adult per night. $6 per child per night. Off-peak (all other times): $8 per adult per night. $4 per child per night. Bookings are not available for this campground. There is a $8 per vehicle per day.

For more information contact Great Lakes (Pacific Palms) (02) 6591 0300 Contact hours: 8.30am-4.30pm Monday to Friday (closed public holidays)



Getting there: From the town of Tea Gardens take Mungo Brush Rd north. Site is well signed posted off Mungo Brush Rd about 2km north of The Wells campsite. Or from the Pacific Hwy take just south of the town of Bulahdelah, take Bombah Rd and follow east to the ferry crossing. The site is a short drive once you've made the ferry crossing.



                                            
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