Black Rocks camping area
Black Rocks is on Ten Mile Beach, via unsealed Gap Rd, 5 km south of Woodburn. There are concrete bunkers from World War II here – a section in the north of the park is still used by the military for target practice. A walk on the beach to the north of the camping area takes you to the unusual and interesting Black Rocks, soft, dark-brown stone eroded into intriguing shapes by the sea. There is also a walk along Jerusalem Creek from the camping area to the creek mouth where many shorebirds roost and nest. To get here from Grafton via the Pacific Hwy, take Gap Rd. Bring firewood and drinking water; gas/fuel stoves preferred.
Who to contact: NPWS Lismore/Alstonville (02) 6627 0200 How to book: tent/cabin bookings essential during peak periods; (02) 6646 6134 for Woody Head camping area
This campsite is located in Bundjalung National Park
Bundjalung National Park protects a superb 38 km stretch of NSW’s far-north coastline, including secluded beaches, sand dunes and headlands. The landscape is a mosaic of coastal cypress, freshwater lakes, mangrove mudflats and wetlands. In the south, the beautiful Esk River flows through undisturbed countryside – a marvellous area for self-reliant bushwalkers.
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