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Burrill Pines Lagoon Point

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Lauren Ross, campsite manager, Anycamper since February 2023

This listing has been verified by the campsite manager and was last updated April 2024.


 


9 Reviews

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Nicole m.
11 months ago

Beautiful spot quite. People are nice. Pricing is reasonable.

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Guest A.
1 year ago
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Paola S.
2 years ago

Such a nice area and very close to the beach ! The people are lovely and ammenities were clean and as tidy as they can be. Family Friendly and great atmosphere too

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Diego L.
3 years ago
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Paco F.
3 years ago

Top Questions

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frank 1 year ago
Question:

How much cabins or tents/nights ?

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James B. 3 years ago
Question:

Is it set up camp next to your car?

Answer:

Can do by Paco F.

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Mike W. 5 years ago
Question:

Does this place have showers?

Answer:

Yes. 20c for 3 mins if you want hot water by Bec B.

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Great thanks Bec! by Mike W.

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Location

F275A Princes Hwy,
Burrill Lake,
New South Wales

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Listing type
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Caravans
Yes
Cabins Available
Yes
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Average temperature

January
L 18°C
H 25°C
February
L 18°C
H 24°C
March
L 16°C
H 23°C
April
L 14°C
H 21°C
May
L 12°C
H 19°C
June
L 10°C
H 17°C
July
L 9°C
H 17°C
August
L 9°C
H 17°C
September
L 11°C
H 19°C
October
L 13°C
H 21°C
November
L 14°C
H 22°C
December
L 16°C
H 23°C
Source: Meteostat

Closest

Chargefox (standard)

52.24 km

Caltex Lake Tabourie

8.64 km

Wairo Beach

6.36 km

Burrill Beach

2.63 km

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