Camping, Crowdy Bay National Park

With its long sweeping beaches, coastal wildflowers and pockets of rainforest, this national park is well known as a great spot to camp, particularly in summer. The main camping area is at Diamond Head, where whales can often be seen from May to October, but Kylies Beach is quieter, has a composting toilet and is a good spot to see koalas.

Contact Information

NPWS Port Macquarie: (02) 6582 3355

www.environment.nsw.gov.au

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