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Stewart and Lloyds campground

4 Ratings

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Ryan J. 5 months ago
Question:

Are. You able to 4wd and camp on the beach?

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Not sure you’re allowed to drive in the beaches anywhere in Victoria mate by Ben H.

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You can drive on the beach with a permit but no camping but plenty places to camp near by by Pauly B.

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It's NSW. by Charlie P.

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Sure is by Pauly B.

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4 Reviews

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Guest A.
3 months ago
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Nick H.
5 months ago

Such a great campground with a number of decently sized sites to chose from. Plenty of shade cover from the multitude of trees. Climb up the sand dune and with a bit of a walk you’ll be at the beach too. Built in fire pits which are great too! Keep food and shoes away if out for the day or overnight as curious dingos roam around. Only 1 long drop for the entire campsite so may have to in turn.

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Peter W.
10 months ago

Beautiful place. Beach very rough and dangerous to swim. Beware Dingoes & goannas!

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Patricia A.
2 years ago

Great spot, shady. Need permit for 4wdriving


Location

377 Mungo Brush Rd,
Hawks Nest,
New South Wales

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No. of sites
15
Management
National Parks
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5.58 km

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