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Free Camping In NSW

Free Camping In NSW

Camp Spots January 13, 2017
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Address:

Name: Bemboka Rest Area
Street: Snowy Mountains Highway
Town: Bemboka
State or Territory: New South Wales
Pet Friendly: Yes Dogs Permitted
Amenities Block
BBQ
Fixed Fire places
Pet Friendly
Creek Water Available
Mobile Phone Coverage

Handy Information :Turn left just before the power station. Nice spot on banks of the Kangaroo River. Note: The dump point is located at the first toilet block.

Address:

Name: Bendeela Reserve Camping Area
Street: Lower Bendella Road
Town: Kangaroo Valley
State or Territory: New South Wales
Pet Friendly: No Dogs Permitted
Amenities Block
Creek Water Available
Fishing
Mobile Phone Coverage

Handy Information :Located next to the Watson Creek quite a nice place to pull over and relax a bit.

Address:

Name: Bendemeer Park Rest Area
Street: Memorial Drive
Town: Bendemeer
State or Territory: New South Wales
Pet Friendly: Yes Dogs Permitted
Amenities Block
BBQ
Pet Friendly
Creek Water Available
Fishing
Mobile Phone Coverage

Handy Information :Test out your 4×4 on some of the tracks or simply enjoy the river and the activities available on it. Bring your own firewood, and check the water levels before crossing the creeks.

Address:

Name: Bendethera Valley Camping Area
Street: Dampier Mountain Fire Trail
Town: Deua National Park, Deua
State or Territory: New South Wales
Pet Friendly: Yes Dogs Permitted
BBQ
Fixed Fire places
Pet Friendly
Creek Water Available
Fishing

Handy Information :Small caravans are best suited for this spot. Its about 100 metres or so to the Shoalhaven river for those fishing enthusiasts out there.

A bit too far and difficult to carry the kayak. Its easy to miss the turn so I recommend you use your GPS.

Address:

Name: Bombay Reserve Camping Area
Street: Bombay Road
Town: Braidwood
State or Territory: New South Wales
Pet Friendly: Yes Dogs Permitted
BBQ
Fixed Fire places
Pet Friendly
Fishing
Mobile Phone Coverage

Handy Information :Fishing and swimming within 200m of weir is prohibited, but is OK once you pass the 200 metre mark in either direction .

Address:

Name: Bonshaw Weir Camping Area
Street: Bonshaw Weir Bridge Road
Town: Bonshaw
State or Territory: New South Wales
Pet Friendly: Yes Dogs Permitted
BBQ
Fixed Fire places
Pet Friendly
Creek Water Available
Fishing

Address:

Name: Bournda National Park Camping Area
Street: White Rock Road
Town: Tathra
State or Territory: New South Wales
Pet Friendly: No
Amenities Block
BBQ
Fixed Fire places

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7 Comments

  1. sue January 14, 2017

    It states on line on the NSW Nat Parks that dog are NOT allowed in Bournda National Park Camping Area. Where did you get your info from? Interested in this spot but we were told not allowed.

    1. David January 15, 2017

      I am so sorry, when I was entering the details In stuffed up, no your 100% right and thank you for bringing it to my attention, i have fixed it now

      1. Sharon Lee Kelly January 16, 2017

        are you referring to Bendethera, this days national park & ok to have dogs, which I wish was true

        1. GypsyChick January 17, 2017

          True. Dogs are not permitted in National Parks campgrounds across Australia, apart from one I stayed at in SA which was donated to NPWS on the condition that dogs would be allowed in certain sections.

  2. GypsyChick January 16, 2017

    Thanks for this, especially the dog friendly info. Any chance of plotting them on a map? I’m a full time traveller but most of these places are totally unknown to me.

    1. David January 16, 2017

      For you yes i can, it is going to take some time but keep coming back and checking as i add more 🙂

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