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9 Hidden Gems Perfect For Spring Caravanning in NSW

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Spring means longer days and warmer weather, so it’s a great time of year to get out and about in your caravan.

9 Hidden Gems Perfect For Spring Caravanning in NSW.

If you’ve exhausted all your regular camping spots, then why not explore NSW? This inviting state has some hidden gems that are ideal for a relaxed getaway, whether you’re after the bush or beach for a break.

1. Honeymoon Bay, Jervis Bay

Spectacular and secluded, Honeymoon Bay at Point Perpendicular offers a rustic bush camping experience. Beaches are within a short walk on the northern part of Jervis Bay.

2. Picnic Point Campground, Mimosa Rocks National Park

Enjoy scenic views of the stunning Sapphire Coast when camping at Picnic Point Campground. Here you can fish and swim in crystal clear waters. The campsite is accessible by a dirt track, but this is suitable for all vehicles. Water is not available, however, so you’ll have to bring your own.

3. Lakesea Caravan Park Durras, Batemans Bay

Situated near Batemans Bay, Lakesea Caravan Park has grassy shaded sites with facilities such as: free gas BBQs, a fridge and an oven, and amenities blocks with a laundry. From here you can also access Durras Beach and Lake Durras for fishing, surfing and kayaking.

4. Glenworth Valley, Central Coast

Central Coast’s Glenworth Valley is known for its horse riding and quad biking, but it also has some fantastic bush camping sites too. Popran Creek has open bush style campsites with wood-fired BBQs, hot showers and tents and tipis for hire.

5. Beachcomber Holiday Park, Potato Point

If camping amongst kangaroos and wallabies and cooking on a pizza oven sounds idyllic, then Beachcomber Holiday Park at Potato Point will be for you. It features communal campfires, modern solar powered cabins, spacious unpowered campsites for tents and caravans, oh and spectacular ocean views as well.

6. Dunns Swamp, Wollemi National Park

Beautiful Dunns Swamp in Wollemi National Park is set on the banks of the Cudgegong River, and the campground here offers an idyllic family getaway with lots of walking tracks, canoeing and swimming spots. Water is not available at this campground so you’ll need to bring your own. Be sure to boil any water taken from creeks in the park.

7. Mystery Bay Camp Ground, Tilba

Just steps from the beach, Mystery Bay Camp Ground, near Tilba on the NSW South Coast, is a bush camping site offering surfing and stunning views of Montague Island. You can also do cheese tasting in nearby Tilba. The sites here aren’t powered but water is available and it’s pet friendly.

8. North Coast Holiday Park Corindi Beach, North Coast

The North Coast Holiday Park Corindi Beach is nestled beside the beach, and has an idyllic bush setting. There are six cabins and sixty-four shady campsites. Enjoy fishing, snorkelling, surfing, swimming or kayaking in nearby beaches, lakes and rivers. Kids are catered for with a state-of-the-art playground and large adjacent playing area. Facilities include free barbeques and undercover picnic areas.

9. Tapin Tops National Park, North Coast

Nature lovers will appreciate the wildlife when camping in Tapin Tops National Park, in the NSW North Coast. Here you’ll be visited by wallabies, koalas, pademelons and greater gliders (at night). The campground is somewhat remote so you’ll need to bring a good supply of food and water for drinking and cooking.

9 Hidden Gems Perfect For Spring Caravanning in NSW

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