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The Ruins campground and picnic area

15 Ratings

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


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15 Reviews

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Luke
1 week ago

Great spot, would recommend.

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Guest A.
8 months ago
Photo of Anika D.
Anika D.
9 months ago

Amazing ! Perfect !

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Samia H.
10 months ago

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

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Guest A.
10 months ago

Top Questions

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Ben M. 2 years ago
Question:

Are fires allowed here?

Answer:

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

Answer:
Photo of Julie Kevin Martin
Julie Kevin Martin 2 years 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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