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Seal Rock Camping – Treachery Camp

Seal Rock Camping – Treachery Camp

Camp Spots December 11, 2018
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Treachery Camp in Seal Rocks is one of the most sought after holiday and surf destinations in New South Wales.
Surrounded by Myall Lakes National Park, Treachery Camp offers its guests an unspoilt coastal retreat just to the south of Seal Rocks. Camping, cabins and lodge accommodation are available
Great alternative to ubiquitous holiday parks—secluded and in a beautiful setting. Sites are in a forest behind tall sand dunes that protect the campground from wind and most of the noise from surf. It’s a minor trek over the soft sand, but the beach and surf were awesome. The amenities are nice and pretty clean.
The camp site is “Free Form” ie. no allocated sites. Bookings are essential. There is a large modern amenities block with hot showers, flushing toilets and baby change table. Coin operated washers and dryers are located in the laundry.
There is a large camp kitchen which contains 2 gas barbeques ($1 coin operated), large tables and sinks with hot water for washing up. We allow small campfires (subject to fire bans), wood must either be brought with you (clean and de-nailed) or purchased from the office.
You must not collect wood out of our park. The office is open 8am-6pm and sells Wood, Ice and LPG refills. All guests must register and pay at the office on arrival. There is a 10kph speed limit throughout the whole park and an excessive noise curfew of 10.30pm every night. Gate times are 7am-7pm daily (except Fridays, 9.00pm close). A copy of our park rules and map can be found HERE
Please Note:
  • No Generators
  • No Bucks weekends or large parties
  • We reserve the right not to take large group bookings.
  • No Drones are to be used on the property

 


Rates

Accommodation and Camping rates from July 1st 2017

**Cabin prices quoted are for two persons
**Prices subject to change without prior notice.

Additional person – $10.00 per night.
Additional Child – $5.00 per night.
Children – 5 – 15 years old. Kids under 5 stay free

Low Season

7th May 2018 to 2nd September 2018
12 May 2019 to 1st September 2019

Jack and Mons Cabin – $175.00 per night
Lighthouse Log Cabin – $145.00 per night
Treachery Log Cabin – $ 105.00 per night
Beach Hut – $ 100.00 per night
Yagon En-suited Cabins – $ 105.00 per night
Duneside Cabins – $170.00 per night
Satara Cabins – $300.00 per night
Surfside Cabins – $ 80.00 per night
Beach Lodge – $950 per night (Exclusive Use)
Camping – $17.00 per night per person Children 5 – 15 yrs $10.00

Mid Season

3rd September 2018 to 20th December 2018
30th January 2019 to 12th May 2019 (excluding Easter School Holidays)

Jack and Mons Cabin – $210.00 per night
Lighthouse Log Cabin – $180.00 per night
Treachery Log Cabin – $150.00 per night
Beach Hut – $140.00 per night
Duneside Cabins – $220.00 per night
Satara Cabins – $350.00 per night
Yagon En-suited Cabins – $150.00 per night
Surfside Cabins – $ 110.00 per night
Beach Lodge – $950 per night (Exclusive Use)
Camping – $ 17.00 per night per person Children 5 – 15 yrs $10.00

Peak Season

 

28th September 2018 to 14th October 2018 (October School Holidays)

21st December 2018 to 29th January 2019 (Summer Holidays)

12th April 2019 to 29th April 2019 (Easter Holidays)

Jack and Mons Cabin – $230.00 per night
Lighthouse Log Cabin – $200.00 per night
Treachery Log Cabin – $175.00 per night
Beach Hut – $165.00 per night
Yagon En-suited Cabins – $175.00 per night
Duneside Cabins – $260.00 per night
Satara Cabins – $400.00 per night
Surfside Cabins – $140.00 per night
Beach Lodge – $1200 per night (Exclusive Use)
Camping – $ 22.00 per night per person Children 5 – 15 yrs $13.00

No pets/animals allowed. –
Check in 2pm, check out 10am.
Also no generators or unregistered vehicles.


You can contact us in the office daily from 8am – 5pm on (02) 4997 6138 or send us an email here. Alternatively, fill in the form at right.

[email protected]

Gate times are 7am – 7pm each day. On a Friday night we shut the gate at 9pm.

TO GET THERE take the Pacific Highway to Buladelah (from the south) or Forster turn off (from the north) and proceed via the Lakes Way to the village of Bungwahl where the turn off to Seal Rocks is well signposted. At the only shop in Seal Rocks turn right and follow the power lines onto the property (about 1km of gravel road). The private property is family owned and managed on site.


 

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