Camping grounds in Northern NSW and Southern QLD

Campgrounds, tent sites accommodaton and drive in camper grounds in the Byron Bay, Tweed Heads, Upper Clarence region of New South Wales and Gold Coast hinterland and Scenic Rim region of Queensland, Australia.

Iron Pot Creek

Iron Pot Creek, Toonumbar National Park Photo © by Big Volcano Tourism

You’ll find camp grounds, car camping and walk-in camping available in many of the World Heritage listed national parks of the region.

Campgrounds and tent sites maybe available at country resorts and farmstays, with on-site adventure and nature activities.

Like beachside tourist and holiday parks, these private campgrounds usually have campers kitchen and clean, modern amenities.

Camping in national parks of the region is very popular on weekends and during school holidays, so booking online in advance for QLD National Parks is recommended.

At NSW National Parks you may drive in, and pay your camping fee as directed at self payment stations prior to setting up camp. 

Camping in public reserves by arrangement, is operated by some local community showground trusts or progress associations.

Like national parks, these are popular on weekends and during school holidays, so you should book in advance to avoid disppointment.

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