Wallingat River camping area

Camping fee Information No dogs/pets Picnic area Toilets Vehicle-based camping Wood fireplace Canoeing Fishing Walking trails

Perched on the banks of tranquil Wallingat River, this site is small and peaceful; campers can fish, paddle, watch for wildlife and while away the hours in solitude. It’s off River Rd, via Sugar Creek Rd. Note: bring your own drinking water and firewood with you; gas/fuel stove preferred.

Information

Who to contact: NPWS Great Lakes (02) 6591 0300


This campsite is located in Wallingat National Park

Located on the western shores of Wallis Lake, 30 km south of Forster via the Lakes Way and Sugar Creek Rd, Wallingat National Park is a vibrant mosaic of towering gum forest, pockets of cabbage palms and fascinating estuarine vegetation. The view from Whoota Lookout is one of the best on the mid-north coast.


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