Putty Beach camping area

Camping fee Cold showers Day use fee Drinking water Fire prohibited Gas/electric barbecue Information No dogs/pets Non-vehicle camping Picnic area Picnic shelter Ranger Special campsite Toilets Cycling Fishing Swimming Walking trails

The largest of the park’s 3 camping areas with 18 tent sites, this is close to the beach but only a short walk from the carpark at the end of Putty Beach Rd. The eastern end of the beach (unpatrolled) is good for swimming, and it’s also the beginning of the 8 km Bouddi Coastal Walk, which leads up to Gerrin Point for a spectacular coastal view, then on to Maitland Bay, Little Beach and MacMasters Beach. Even if you do not want to complete the entire walk, it is worth doing a small part, with beautiful coastal views and interesting rock formations all along the way. Note: fires are not permitted.


How to book: NPWS Central Coast region campsite booking line (02) 4320 4203

This campsite is located in Bouddi National Park

Heavily timbered hills and cliffs rise behind a cluster of lovely beaches at Bouddi National Park, south-east of Gosford. Once an important bush-tucker site for the Guringai and Kurringgai people, today the park is a mecca for those seeking sun, sand and surf, peaceful camping and a spot of fishing. The park’s campsites are popular, so booking is essential.

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