Korsmans Landing Camping Area, NSW

KORSMANS LANDING CAMPING AREA is located within Myall Lakes National Park in New South Wales.

WHERE IS IT?

The campground is easily accessible by taking the Bulahdelah Exit from the Pacific Highway and then a short 13km along Bombah Point Road will have you there.  Bombah Point Road does turn to dirt halfway along but it is a good road.

CAMP FEES

$8 per car per day.  You can purchase an Annual Park Pass and there are a number of different passes available dependent on where you want to go.  You can find out more here.

PEAK

$12 per adult per night 

$8 per child per night 

OFF PEAK

$8 per adult per night 

$4 per child per night

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CAMPGROUND

  • Pit Toilets (clean).
  • No water.
  • Fires allowed in designated fire pits.
  • Boat ramp.
  • Garbage/recycling disposal.
  • No bookings – first in, first served.
  • Great spot for fishing, kayaking, swimming and water skiing.
  • No domestic pets.

There is 26 campsites in total however not all are level.  The map below shows the location of the sites and further below are the pictures we took of the camping area.

  • 1 – 6 are flat
  • 7 – 8 are flat
  • 9 – 21 are more suited to tents/swags/camper vans
  • 22 – 26 are flat

Campsites 1-6

Campsites 7-8

Campsites 9-21

Campsites 9-21 (grassy patch where white vans are)

Campsites 22-26

Campsites 22-26

Campsites 22-26

Campsites 22-26

Toilets (4)

Garbage/Recycling

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BOAT RAMP & JETTY

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SWIMMING AREA ON THE SOUTHERN SIDE – great for younger kids as it is shallow!

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WILDLIFE

Goanna

Very friendly ducks!

Lots of wallabies at night time.

This is a gorgeous campsite!  I would image it would get quite busy in warmer weather so get in early to secure your spot and enjoy this piece of paradise!

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Kylie’s Beach Campground is another beautiful National Park site further north near Port Macquarie and definitely a spot to put on your list to visit.

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