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Johnsons Beach campground

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Josh T.
1 month ago

Great site. No vehicle access, kayaked in. Took about 2hrs of solid paddling from Korsman’s Landing or maybe 15 min from Violet Hill. National parks facilities include fire pits (bring own wood) and pit toilets. If you stick to the designated camp spaces then there’s no great spots to camp in a hammock, and all sites are very close to the water

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Ella P.
2 years ago

the most gorgeous little campsite, tucked away and so serene! only access is via watercraft, so perfect for a weekend of kayaking/canoeing/sailing! toilets are well maintained, and fire pits are for use at each site, and often suitable wood is lying around, but it would be a good idea to bring your own!



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Johnsons Beach Trail,
Mungo Brush,
New South Wales

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24
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8.64 km

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