MYALL RIVER CAMP – Hawks Nest, NSW

Myall River Camp is a spacious campground situated on the Myall River. 

The sites are grassy and if you are lucky enough you may even snag a riverfront spot.

This campground is an ideal place for swimming, boating, kayaking and fishing.

There is a boat ramp and a shallow beach area for the kids to safely swim.

WHERE IS IT?

Myall River Camp is around 85kms north of Newcastle and a short 5 minutes from the township of Hawks Nest in NSW.

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CAMP FEES

$25 per car/campsite – OFF PEAK

$30 per car/campsite – PEAK

The caretaker comes around to collect camp fees.

CAMPGROUND INFO

  • Large Area
  • Suitable for tents to big rigs
  • Grassy sites (some river front)
  • Shade
  • Clean drop toilets 
  • Drinking water 
  • No showers 
  • Campfires allowed 
  • Garbage disposal 
  • Shallow beach area ideal for children
  • No dogs allowed
  • Boat ramp
  • Dump point 
  • Phone service 
  • Caretaker on-site

CAMPSITES

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FACILITIES

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SURROUNDS

We had a great stay at Myall River Camp and will be back time and time again!

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Korsmans Landing is another great camping ground not far from Myall River Camp – check out the details here!

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