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Dees Corner, Myall Lake Nat Park, North of Hawks Nest

Dees Corner, Myall Lake National Park, is a great spot for boating, fishing, paddling, etc on the lake or taking a short 4WD over to Mungo Beach for some beach fishing action.
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Dees Corner, Myall Lake National Park, is a great spot for boating, fishing, paddling, etc on the lake or taking a short 4WD over to Mungo Beach for some beach fishing action.  For the adventurous a rainforest walking track links to the near by Mungo Brush campground.

The site has an open grassed area with fired BBQ's which is great for large groups. It also has some shaded spots set under palms and paper bark. Plenty of space to park the boat trailer. Good spot for the whole family.

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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: Getting there: From the town of Tea Gardens take Mungo Brush Rd north about 30km. Site is well signed posted off Mungo Brush Rd just north of Mungo Brush 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 approximately 5km once you've made the ferry crossing.



                                                         
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