Cape Howe camping area (walk-in and bush camping)

Camping fee No dogs/pets No rubbish disposal Non-vehicle camping Fishing Hiking trails Swimming

It’s about 1 km from Bunyip Hole to Cape Howe. This is a designated bush-camping site for self-sufficient walkers only. Gas/fuel stove only.

Information

How to book: advance booking and payment essential; NPWS Merimbula (02) 6495 5001


This campsite is located in Nadgee Nature Reserve

Nadgee Nature Reserve is the only remaining coastal wilderness in NSW; together with nearby Croajingolong National Park in Victoria, it forms a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. Experienced walkers and sea-kayakers revel in its isolation and pristine, natural beauty, which includes old-growth eucalypt forest, extensive coastal heath, sea caves and diverse wildlife. Campers need a permit to bush camp, and walkers need to bring up-to-date topographic maps; contact the parks office for detailed track information. You'll also need to take drinking water and a fuel stove with you.


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