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Reviewed 18 January 2018 via mobile

This campsite is big and crowded but doesn't feel that way. You can choose your own site between trees and bushes and thus it can feel very secluded. Sites accesible for campervans are limited due to sandy terrain. It is right next to awesome treachery...More

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Reviewed 19 October 2017

I have stayed here a few times over the decades. What has always been contentious is day parking. When Nutty and The Count managed the park it costs 20 cents now it is $5. If you are going to surf or fish for two hours...More

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Reviewed 30 September 2017

I cannot recommend this place highly enough! The staff are all amazingly friendly and helpful and the campsite is a great fun place to stay. We arrived on Saturday having broken down at the end of the road with a failed clutch. We managed to...More

Thank Elliot N
Reviewed 31 August 2017 via mobile

Seal rocks and the lighthouse are well worth a look. Very rugged coast and great views from the lighthouse. Whales at the right time of the year. Nice walk through the forest to the lighthouse. The cottages can be hired.

Thank Mike1049
Reviewed 7 July 2017 via mobile

Spent two nights. Great spot. Could have stayed longer no worries. We had fun surf one afternoon there as well as getting waves at boomerang beach and blueys beach. We had 3 of us and had to pay $52 per night. Prob a bit $$$$...More

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"You can camp in tents etc but they also offer cabins with ensuite"
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"Camping close to the toilets make early morning visits easier. Lots of shady camp spots."
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"Tips - Don't underestimate Pacific Highway traffic on a Friday. Avoid the "Primitive"..."
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"Watch out for the road into Treachery. It is quite bumpy but certainly not a problem - just take care!"
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