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North Era campground

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7 Reviews

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Kristen M.
2 years ago

Loved staying here. The hike from the lookout was beautiful, and being by the ocean was so nice. Super quiet and private

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Daniel r.
3 years ago

Shit place to stay

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Jude W.
3 years ago

I lost my hiking camping virgin at here

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Nikola S.
3 years ago

Cute little site with a nice walk in/out. Remote, with no water or power, and no fires allowed (so bring your stove system). There is a composting toilet (which was a bit gross), and the ground can be a bit boggy, but overall I would come back because it’s relatively quiet (only a dozen other campers when I went) and you have access to a lovely little beach.

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Ella P.
5 years ago

great campsite! did the coastal walk midweek, so we dodged all the weekend traffic, which made our stay here lovely and peaceful. Toilets are well maintained, but bring your own water !


Top Questions

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a7medoovv 1 year ago
Question:

Dog allowed?

Answer:

You can use the filters to find dog friendly places. by Mike W.

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Andre J. 3 years ago
Question:

Are fires allowed?

Answer:

No fires allowed. You can find 🔥 friendly spots using the filters in the app. by Mike W.

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Andre J. 3 years ago
Question:

Can we get portable Chaco for bbq ?

Answer:

You are not allowed solid fuel BBQs at this site (no charcoal). by Peter b.

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aaron s. 4 years ago
Question:

The rangers told me that it’s not a campsite anymore so not camping allowed ?

Answer:

I very much doubt this is true. This campsite is very, very popular and is still accepting bookings through the website. by Peter b.

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He might of been talking about the beach itself by aaron s.

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Thanks by aaron s.

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How long is the walk from parking to the campground? by Bea G.

Answer:

There are two car parks you can walk from. They are both about a 40 minute walk to the campsite. by Peter b.

Answer:

The walk is not 40mins - maybe from Garie beach, but from Orford it’s about 2hrs. by Nikola S.

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Location

Garie Beach Rd,
Lilyvale NSW 2508,

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Listing type
Campsite
Allotted Site
Yes
Management
National Parks
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Average temperature

January
L 17°C
H 30°C
February
L 17°C
H 29°C
March
L 15°C
H 27°C
April
L 11°C
H 24°C
May
L 6°C
H 21°C
June
L 5°C
H 18°C
July
L 3°C
H 18°C
August
L 4°C
H 19°C
September
L 7°C
H 23°C
October
L 10°C
H 25°C
November
L 13°C
H 27°C
December
L 16°C
H 29°C
Source: Meteostat

Closest

Chargefox (standard)

23.19 km

Helensburgh

19.71 km

South Era Beach

1.70 km

North Era Beach

1.55 km

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