Sassafras camping area (walk-in camping)
At the central northern boundary of the national park, Sassafras camping area has walk-in access from the end of the Endrick River Fire Trail (off Turpentine Rd). It’s about a 5 km walk. Visitors generally use it as a starting point for a number of overnight walks, including the continuation of the Endrick River Fire Trail. Fires are not permitted; gas/fuel stove only. Boil or treat the water before drinking.
Who to contact: NPWS Fitzroy Falls Visitor Centre (02) 4887 7270; or NPWS Ulladulla (02) 4454 9500 How to book: NPWS Fitzroy Falls Visitor Centre (02) 4887 7270 for Gambells Rest camping area
This campsite is located in Morton National Park
Morton National Park is a world of dense bush, spectacular sandstone country, deep gullies and thundering waterfalls. This national park has been a popular retreat for more than a century – well-developed visitor sites are a feature in the northern section, while the south, which includes the rugged Budawang Ranges, caters for the wilderness-savvy walker. While Pigeon House Mountain is better known, the strenuous hike up to the Castle is spectacular, with incredible views over the Budawang Ranges.
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