Pebbly Beach camping area
This is a top spot in a bay north of Station Creek Beach, with 60 campsites surrounded by banksias and horse-tail she-oaks. Sites are large and spread out behind the beach. There is a pleasant walk north to Freshwater Beach. You’ll need a 4WD to get here and you should plan to travel at low tide as there’s a saltwater creek crossing and beach driving. It’s at the end of Barcoongere Way. Station Creek Beach is a vehicle-free area (it’s a breeding site for the endangered little terns), so it’s a good place to bring children, along with your own drinking water. Firewood is provided. Not suitable for large caravans.
Who to contact: NPWS Grafton (02) 6641 1500
This campsite is located in Yuraygir National Park
Yuraygir National Park protects the longest stretch of undeveloped coastline in NSW: a glorious sweep of beaches backed by forest and heath. The state’s coastal fringe is increasingly busy and developed, so this park’s 60 km tract of largely untouched bushland is an important natural reserve. The 4-day, 65 km Yuraygir Coastal Walk follows the coast from Angourie to Red Rock. You can stay at the national park campgrounds along the way, or in accommodation at Brooms Head, Minnie Water and Wooli.
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