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The Basin campground

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12 Reviews

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Henry Thiệp Lê
2 months ago

That good for camping, natural They have hot water but you need one dollar for three minutes hot water

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Emily L.
1 year ago

A really great stay for the weekend. My friends and I had an amazing time and the staff there are really helpful. There are only two firepits so you have to wake up early to book it (7am) in advance.

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James E.
1 year ago

Fabulous family-friendly campsite. Fire pits available but must be booked. Only accessible by ferry or boat, which is great for limiting crowds, but a logistical consideration. The lagoon is fabulous for swimming, nice and flat for little kids, good for a paddleboard or some laps. The little wallabies seen very take but little kids beware they can be quite aggressive. Basic shower block, but you can always swim in the ocean!

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Kelly and Nick
1 year ago

Good facilities, lots of wildlife around. We had fun with the wallabies coming around for snacks. Beware of bush turkeys who will steel your food, and the goannas. The spots are good so long as it’s not too crowded. Relatively quiet. I recommend you bring a beach trolley or other transport for your camping gear!

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Elementos
2 years ago

This is not a free campsite, its a jetty so cars are allowed overnight but not for sleeping. We stayed here with the van for almost a week and was no problem. Other campervans came and went as well.... Read more


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Catherine r. 2 months ago
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Central coast ?

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Jessica M. 1 year ago
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Can you arrive via your own boat??

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Andrew L. 2 years ago
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Is this site pup friendly?

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Afraid not. It’s a National Park by Mike W.

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Adele S. 2 years ago
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Is there a fire ban during the summer months or are fires allowed year round?

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Leonardo T. 2 years ago
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Is this a free camping?

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No by david b.

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Ku-Ring-Gai Chase NSW 2084

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BP Avalon

2.83 km

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