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Coopernook Forest Park

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Louise Faulkner, campsite manager, Aircamper since June 2018

This listing has been verified by the campsite manager and was last updated May 2021.


22 Reviews

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Christie M.
6 months ago

Great camp ground. Secluded but plenty of sites. Drop toilet, allows fires, tank water, bbq and picnic area - what more could you ask for. Also very friendly locals.

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Fiona H.
8 months ago

Lots of campers but lots of space! Quiet camp spot with clean toilets and fires allowed. Pretty setting but take the road slowly as a bit rough and narrow in places.

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Lisa F.
9 months ago

Pretty good place lots of room, lots of people around but still easy to find and set up

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Jack S.
9 months ago

A lovely remote place to camp. It has toilets to use and fires are allowed. There is a long and steep hike which is worth the travel for a great view. Shops are a far drive down forest tracks so bring... Read more

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Julieta A.
1 year ago

Excellent campground. We were during a lo g weekend. It was pretty busy but nice atmosphere, fires allowed, clean toilets, bbq and pic-nic area. Very clean and tidy. The road to access is a bit rough but you don’t need a 4wd, just slow down and easy to make it.


Top Questions

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Jacqui B. 10 months ago
Question:

Are we able to stay more than one night passing through?

Answer:

Hey Jacqui, Camping in State Forests is generally limited to a maximum of four weeks. Visitors should be aware of and adhere to any signage at camping sites which may define shorter periods of stay and must comply with all directions given by authorised officers during their stay. Cheers Leah by NSW S.

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As we are new to camping do we need permits? by Jacqui B.

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David M. 2 years ago
Question:

Hi 😊 Was just wondering if you need to book to stay here (allocated sites) or if you just turn up and go whenever you like? (First in best dressed). Thank you 😊

Answer:

Hey David, all State Forest camp sites are free of charge and for that reason there are no bookings for sites. They are simply run on the basis 'first in, first served'. It is also for this reason, that Forestry Corporation don't have allocated sites. by Mike W.

Answer:

Ok no worries. Thank you Mike. Very new to the camping thing so just wanted to be sure. Cheers. by David M.

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Happy to help David! by Mike W.

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Location

Forest Road,
Moorland NSW 2443

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7.00 km

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