Bittangabee camping area

Camper trailer Camping fee Day use fee Gas/electric barbecue Information No dogs/pets Picnic area Ranger Toilets Vehicle-based camping Wood fireplace Canoeing Fishing Lookout Swimming Walking trails

On the long-distance but easy Light to Light walking track (30 km, 3 days) in the southern section of the park, Bittangabee camping area offers swimming, snorkelling, fishing and diving. A shorter section of the track can be walked between Bittangabee and Saltwater Creek (9 km, 2.5 hr) camping areas. To get here, follow the Princes Hwy 18 km south of Eden and turn onto Edrom Rd, then Green Cape Rd. There are rainwater tanks but it’s best to bring your own drinking water as well as firewood.


How to book: bookings essential during peak periods and for Green Cape Lighthouse; NPWS Far South Coast Region (02) 6495 5000

This campsite is located in Ben Boyd National Park

Ragged wave-worn cliffs, salt-pruned heath and banksia woodlands, beautiful beaches, historic buildings and a fascinating whaling heritage make Ben Boyd National Park a wonderful holiday destination. The northern part of the park is notable for its rocky coastline. Some of the highlights in the northern section of the park include North Long Beach, the coloured sands of the Pinnacles, Haycock Point and Terrace Beach. The southern part of the park has historic sites to explore, and includes highlights such as the sheltered Bittangabee Bay, Boyd’s Tower, Davidson Whaling Station and Green Cape Lighthouse.

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