A very quiet forested camp near a lovely beach.
Situated in tall forest 500m from a small cove and behind a rocky, heath covered headland. Specific sites are reasonably separated by bush. Good shade from tall Silvertop Ash and Red bloodwood with a thin understory of melaleuca and scrub. One site is reserved for overnight camping. Tank water Wallabies and wombats are common. There was a shipwreck here in 1837; the 13 survivors had to walk almost to Eden. There are a few beautiful coastal walks from here, varying from 500m to 6.5km taking in coastal scrub and beaches.
This campsite is in Croajingolong National Park Largely undeveloped, the Park features rocky points, tall sand dunes, estuaries, coastal forests, grass tree plains and extensive heathlands. More Information...
This campsite is accessable with regular 2wd vehicles.
from Mallacoota: Sou-west 15k on the Betka Rd (past airport, 10.7k gravel), becomes the Centre Tk then the Betka Tk, very narrow & twisty through forest: caravans not recommended. May be closed at 7k gate if rain causes washouts