Crowdy Gap Cultural Camp
Turn off Crowdy Bay Rd north of Crowdy Head, and you’ll find Crowdy Gap Cultural Camp nestled behind sand dunes on the site of an old dairy farm. There are 7 tent campsites, 2 trailer/caravan campsites and 1 group campsite. Crowdy Gap is also a place of great significance to the region’s traditional owners, the Birpai. Bring your own water.
Who to contact: NPWS Taree (02) 6552 4097 for Crowdy Gap Cultural Camp; NPWS Port Macquarie (02) 6588 5555 for Diamond Head camping area, Diamond Head camping area (walk-in camping), Indian Head camping area, Kylies Beach camping area, Kylies Hut camping area (walk-in camping)
This campsite is located in Crowdy Bay National Park
Crowdy Bay National Park is a coastal ribbon of lowlands with rocky outcrops and sandy beaches, set on the seaside 5 km south of Laurieton. The park is ideal for low-key, nature-based activities: camping, bushwalking, birdwatching, fishing, swimming and combing the rockpools. When camping, you need to bring drinking water and firewood.
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- Diamond Head camping area (walk-in camping)
- Diamond Head camping area
- Kylies Hut camping area (walk-in camping)
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