Aragunnu camping area

Camper trailer Camping fee Disabled Information No dogs/pets Picnic area Ranger Toilets Vehicle-based camping Wood fireplace Fishing Lookout Nature walk Swimming Walking trails
Aragunnu camping area, Thomas Simpson

This northernmost campground can be accessed along Aragunnu Rd off the Bermagui–Tathra Rd, about 25 km south of Bermagui. There’s a short, easy walk linking the northern and southern picnic areas, and a 200 m boardwalk leading to a lookout over the intriguing Mimosa Rocks. You can also walk to Aragunnu Beach from here. There is a variety of sites, some sheltered in among the bloodwoods and cycads at the south end, others being in a more open clearing near the path to Mimosa Rocks. Bring drinking water. Note: some sites require a short walk from the carpark. Fees are payable on site.


Who to contact: NPWS Narooma (02) 4476 0800

This campsite is located in Mimosa Rocks National Park

At Mimosa Rocks National Park, 10 km north of Tathra along the Bermagui–Tathra Rd, a 16 km volcanic-rock coastline has been sculpted by weather and water into cliffs, rock stacks and jutting headlands, ideal for whale-watching. The beaches, bays and coves are perfect for swimming, surfing, fishing and snorkelling.

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