Pretty Beach Campground

Camping

A large camping ground close to a beautiful beach, offering wildlife and hiking.

Managing Authority

Murramarang National Park. A ranger is on site during the day.

Fees

Unpowered sites: $10 per adult/night. $5 per child/night. Powered sites: $14 per adult/night. $7 per child/night

Bookings

Bookings are essential during the school holidays

Phone:02 4457 2019

Indigenous History

The largest unmounded midden on the NSW South Coast is located in a special reserve at Murramarang Point. There is a self-guided walking track through the area with Aboriginal Heritage information provided.

Amenities

The campsite has showers, flush toilets and a BBQ area with picnic tables. The hot showers are coin operated.

4WD Access Only

4WD Only Access: No

BBQ Only

BBQ available: Electric BBQ

Picnic Tables

Picnic Tables: Yes

Showers

Showers: Hot showers - coin operated.

Caravan

Caravans: Yes

Toilets

Toilets: Flush toilets

Activities

Hiking

Hiking: Yes

Swimming

Swimming: Yes

Canoeing

Canoeing and kayaking: No

Cycling

Cycling: Yes

Getting There

Access is by road. Take the Kioloa exit off the Princes Highway. Pass through the town, following the signs to Pretty Beach.

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