Best Beach Camping Spots In NSW - Cub Campers

Best Beach Camping Spots in NSW

22 October 2019
Camping Spots in NSW

New South Wales is an incredible state, full of incredible coast. We are lucky to be totally surrounded by a world of stunning beaches, fascinating National Parks and bountiful bush. All this makes NSW an amazing place to get some serious beachside camping underway. If you’re thinking of heading out and exploring this state for all that it is, you’ve come to the right place! Read on for the absolute best beach camping spots on offer in New South Wales…

Mystery Bay…

If you’re searching for long, peaceful days stretched out on a quiet beach, walking through still nature and swimming in the fresh uninterrupted ocean, head to Mystery Bay. This is great if you’re on the hunt for some serious downtime, with fishing, surfing, walking tracks and rockpool explorations on offer, it doesn’t really get more relaxed than Mystery Bay. Amenities are few and far between, so bringing along your camper trailer is a good idea. Pack up your off-road camper (The Frontier is fantastic for beach camping due to its lightning-fast set up time and height that makes it difficult for sand to get inside) to be fully serviced with all the comforts you might miss whilst chilling in the outdoors.


Pebbly Beach…

Pebbly Beach in Murramarang National Park is one of the finest beach camping spots in NSW. This is nestled in between lush forest and a glittering coastline, with 23 campsites just a short stroll away from the beachfront. Pebbly is perfect for social visits, whether you’re headed here with a group or you’re looking to meet new people, you’ll have a thriving time at this site. Enjoy swimming, fishing and hiking in this incredible National Park.

Honeymoon Bay…

Honeymoon Bay is one of the most gorgeous beaches that Jarvis Bay has to offer! This southern haven is perfect for a family getaway, it’s closed on weekdays so it really is the perfect spot for a fun, sociable family mini-break. The pristine water is perfect paddling height for little legs so if you want a good spot to camp with your toddlers or young kids, this is the one for you! Jarvis is rife for exploration so come ready to discover a few charming cafes and creative boutiques if you choose to stray beyond the campsite.

Picnic Point…

Picnic Point at Mimosa Rocks National Park is the place to be if you’re into your fishing. This spot is tucked between two white sandy beaches, meaning you’ll only have to take a few steps before you’re standing in pristine water full of potential catches. You’ll find cooking facilities and toilets at this coastal gem.

Woody Head…

Woody Head is one of Ballina’s best-kept treasures. The beach is protected, the water is clear, and the campground is stocked with amenities such as showers, toilets and barbeques. Woody head is tucked away in the Bundjalung National Park, where you can enjoy fishing, surfing and exploring to your heart’s content.  

Diamond Head…

Diamond Head is an example of the best beach camping NSW has to offer. You can camp a literal stone throw away from the surf, with an incredible 70+ camping sites to choose from you’re guaranteed a spot at this incredibly beautiful scene. Diamond Head is great if you don’t want to bring too much gear with you, it has a whole block of amenities, tables and cooking facilities. Bring your tent and your love for the ocean, you should be all set!
These are just a handful of incredible options for camping out on the New South Wales Coast, whether you head North or South, you’re guaranteed to stumble upon some absolute crackers. Consider the variances in campsites, amenities and surrounding areas to choose the perfect spot for you.


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