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The Ruins campground and picnic area

14 Ratings

All camping in NSW National Parks currently requires a booking due to COVID-19 restrictions.


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14 Reviews

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Guest A.
2 weeks ago
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Anika D.
1 month ago

Amazing ! Perfect !

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Samia H.
3 months ago

Beautiful campground with walkway to the beach. Definitely will come back here.

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Guest A.
3 months ago
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Aircamper
5 months ago

Absolutely love this little gem. Less then 2hrs north of Newcastle (home) is this quiet (except peak periods) clean little national park camp ground. No powered sites however water, showers and bbq facilities. Camp grounds are 2-3min walk to the waters edge of a nice beach. Come here 3-4 times a year for mini get seats


Top Questions

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Ben M. 1 year ago
Question:

Are fires allowed here?

Answer:

No. Not permitted in a nation park.. by Nicholas c.

Answer:
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Julie Kevin Martin 1 year ago
Question:

Are they hot showers do u need to book for a guaranteed spot ?

Answer:

Yes. Hot showers timed for 3 minutes. You have to book a spot now. Great spot to spend a few relaxing days. by Nicholas c.

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Location

The Lakes Way,
Booti Booti 2428,
NSW

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Details

Listing type
Campsite
No. of sites
106
Allotted Site
Yes
Caravans
Yes
Management
National Parks
Phone
Website
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Closest

Caltex Pacific Palms

2.12 km

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