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Diamond Head campground

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11 Reviews

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Melissa V.
1 year ago
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Jessie D.
2 years ago

Lovely spot however feels more like a caravan park than national park, we scored site 31 which has beach views and across from path to beach. Amazing sunset last night and freezing shower this morning. No fires unless you hire off them for $10. Heaps of birdlife and friendly kangaroos hopping around through sites.

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Ellie B.
2 years ago

Lovely quiet spot (apart from the bumpy drive in on the gravel road). If you’re lucky, can see the beach and sea from your site, always only a short walk away! Toilets always clean and tidy, lovely staff, mostly shady sites & nice to have the local roos nearby all the time!

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Louis B.
2 years ago

Great site evarything you need when your are set up. There is no hot water or powered sites but that's exactly what you are signing up for with a national parks site. Well worth a visit!

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Joshua P.
2 years ago

Another perfectly located campsite. Really well kept campground with the added feature of wildlife roaming through the grounds. Would highly recommend taking your surfboard as the surf was perfect.


Top Questions

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Dominic A. 1 year ago
Question:

Are there water taps scattered around the walk in campground to wash up after cooking?

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Scott D. 1 year ago
Question:

Hi are you open and if so have availability on the 20th and 21st of June?

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David M. 2 years ago
Question:

Hi just wondering how much it costs per night to camp here? Thank you. 😁

Answer:

$24 per night for 2 at the moment by Marton B.

Answer:

Ok great thank you Marton 👍😊 by David M.

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Cathy F. 2 years ago
Question:

Are dogs allowed?

Answer:

Afraid not Cathy as it’s a National Park 😕 by Mike W.

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Location

Crowdy Bay National Park,
Diamond Head Rd,
Laurieton NSW 2443

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Listing type
Campsite
No. of sites
75
Allotted Site
Yes
Caravans
Yes
Management
National Parks
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Caltex Laurieton

5.40 km

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