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Bittangabee campground
Ben Boyd National Park 30 Campsites


General info


Getting there
The campsite is accessible by all weather unsealed roads suitable for 2wd vehicles
386.7 km SSW of Sydney
GPS: Latitude 37° 13′ 1.56"S Longitude 150° 1′ 2.28"E (-37.21710, 150.01730)
From the Princes Hwy 18km south of Eden, turn onto Edrom Road. After about 6km, turn right onto Green Cape Road (signposted "Green Cape") and drive for about 15km then turn left to Bittangabee Bay. The campsite is at the end of the road. Follow the signposts to Bittangabee Bay.

General Information
You can park a trailer, or a tent in this campground - but no caravans
There are a total of 30 campsites
Bitangabee campground is a great place to access the coastal walking track, and there is plenty of swimming, fishing, snorkeling to be done as well. There are some rainwater tanks on site but be prepared for them to be empty. You can explore the bay on the coastal tracks and check out the ruined storehouse on the waters' edge.

Bookings and contact information
You can book a campsite by phoning the Campsite contact
For more information contact the NPWS Merimbula office on:
Phone:02 6495 5000 (more contact details)

Fees
Camping fees apply
Adult=$10 Per Night
Children=$5 Per Night
Car entry fees apply
Vehicle=$7 Per Day
Booking during peak school holiday seasons and long weekends is essential
Children rates apply to people aged 5-15 years (children under 5 are free)

Facilities
Toilets
Pit or composting toilets are available
Showers
No showers are provided on site
Water
No drinking water onsite - bring your own water
Picnic Tables
No Picnic tables or shelters are provided on site
Pit fire BBQs
Wood fired Pit BBQ's are provided - bring your own wood
Electric of Gas BBQs
Gas or electric BBQ's are provided
Rubbish Bins
There are rubbish bins provided on site
Campfires
Fires are generally permitted at this campsite, be aware of local fire bans.


Activities
Swimming
There are places to swim


Nearest known Camping Stores
Store Address Phone Distance (straight line)
Gas Connection The Arthur Kaine Drv, Pambula (02) 6495 7121 34.5 km
Camping Plus 6 Alice St , Merimbula (02) 6495 2571 37.8 km
Barbeques Galore (Bega) 274 Carp St , Bega (02) 6492 4054 62.5 km
Camping Outdoors Centre 43 Vulcan St , Moruya (02) 4474 3081 145.7 km
Gone Fishin Cnr Ford & Queen Sts, Moruya (02) 4474 4381 145.5 km

Park information


Ben Boyd National Park Check for park closures and fire bans

Ben Boyd National park is on the NSW South Coast, near Eden. The park was named and established in 1971, in the honour of Benjamin Boyd (1801-1851). Ben Boyd National park protects a wonderful section of coast line from Pambula to Green Cape, split into two distinct sections, one north of Eden and the other south. The park is well known for its contrasting red rocks, whale sighting, Boyd Tower, Green Cape Lighthouse and associated history. Ben Boyd National park offers some great insights into recent European history, Indigenous occupation and natural history. The park provides two campsites some other great recreational experiences.

Cost to drive a car into the park (if you do not have a valid pass)

$7

Camping is available in the park

$5

Public toilets are available in the park

Region: South Coast & Highlands
Park fees
Camping
Facilities


Campsites in Ben Boyd National Park
Bittangabee campground
Saltwater Creek campground

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Local area Topographical Map
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Location of Bittangabee campground
Map of Bittangabee campground
Base map is used under licence and is © Department of lands   Panorama Avenue Bathurst 2795   www.lands.nsw.gov.au

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Michelle - one of the best campsites IP:124.191.33.xxx | 2008-04-22 13:17:00
It is one of the most relaxing places in the planted, it is a safe place for young children and also has a really fun aspect for teenagers with the options of rock hopping to fishing and just wondering around and getting back to nature, with the option of no electricity you also have no excuses, to get some quality family time. Although I can not have a higher opinion on this place I would not suggest it if, you don't like to get dirty because with no water and civilisation being a fair distance away it is going to happen. :P :P :P those that love to camp and get dirty its right up your ally and you’ll have day that you wish that you were there again, sitting in front of the fire while the starts are brighter then, ever and the sound of the waves crashing against the rock a sensation that you can not forget to easily........
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