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Meroo Head campground

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8 Reviews

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Guest A.
1 year ago
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Jason L.
1 year ago
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Thomas A.
2 years ago

Gorgeous white sand beach, very quiet and private. Numerous hiking paths and views to discover. Serene and helps you appreciate nature in all its beauty.

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will h.
2 years ago

I’ve stayed at Meroo heads a couple of times and it is an awesome area to camp. The access road off the highway can be hard to see as there is no signage. the dirt road in is suitable for 2wd vehicles, only a few pot holes. There is 25 campsites all very clearly displayed in the shady forest and they are quite roomy with a fire pit in each site, they do however get taken up very quickly on the weekends so get in as quick as you can! Only a stone throw from the beach there is also a few walking trails and a lookout point overlooking the beautiful Termeil beach. There is only 2 drop dunnies that are in good condition, just don’t forget to bring toilet paper. Keep your food locked up at night because the possums like to come and raid the sites at night. Definantly would recommenced staying here!

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Madie C.
2 years ago

Beautiful spot but very busy. Negative for me is you have to park your car then walk a fair way to campsite. Not ideal for someone with a camper van, roof top or car set up


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Ashleigh D. 2 months ago
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How long is the walk from the car park to the campsite?

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Ella F. 3 months ago
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Can you park your car next to the campsite or do you have to walk? If so, how far is the walk from the car to the campsite?

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Emma 1 year ago
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Can you drive to this campsite or have to walk?

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You can drive to the car park, from there you need to walk to the sites. It’s a dirt road but a regular car can drive it easy by will h.

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Location

Meroo Lookout Walking Track,
Termeil,
New South Wales

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Listing type
Campsite
No. of sites
25
Short walk to car
Yes
Management
National Parks
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Closest

Caltex Lake Tabourie

2.62 km

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