From $ per nightSituated on 50 acres this park enjoys and can offer 600 metres of uninterrupted and absolute lake frontage. Active Holidays BIG4 Lake Conjola is one of the South Coasts finest holiday parks. The boat ramp in the lake...
Coastal camping in the Shoalhaven
Camp moments from the beach or park your caravan near the shoreline to enjoy an unforgettable camping experience amidst spectacular scenery. You can also enjoy the unrivalled views of the NSW South Coast from a wide range of incredible beachfront properties.
Coastal camping and beachfront stays
Camp moments from the beach at the Bristol Point, Cave Beach, and Green Patch camping areas, within Jervis Bay's beautiful Booderee National Park. To make the most of this beautiful place explore bushwalking or cycling trails, or relax and enjoy getting out on the water by hiring a boat, swimming, fishing, stretching out with some stand up paddleboarding or snorkelling.
The park also features an active Aboriginal cultural program with activities such as fun and educational bush walks, campfire stories and games for kids during holiday periods.
From May to November this area is an excellent place for whale watching. Nearby Currarong Beachside Holiday Park is an easy walk to Abrahams Bosom Reserve which has spectacular cliff side viewing spots. Bendalong Point Holiday Park and Ulladulla Headland Holiday Haven are also both located on prominent headlands where you could spot the whales a short walk from your campsite.
If you are in need of a break, treat yourself by settling into some luxury tented accommodation at Paperbark Camp, set amid a tranquil bush setting and with a superb on-site restaurant.
Further south you will find Murramarang National Park in the Shoalhaven Area, well known for its excellent beaches and beautiful wildlife. The park's wide range of beachfront caravan and camping locations include Pretty Beach Campground, Depot Beach Cabins and Camping, Durras Lake North Holiday Park and BIG4 South Durras Holiday Park. At Pebbly Beach you can camp amongst the area's famous resident kangaroos.