Fall asleep under the stars and get back to nature with a camping adventure in the Shire.
Camping in the Royal National Park
There are several camp sites within the National Park, however places are limited and bookings and permits are essential.
Bonnie Vale is a family-friendly campground located between Bundeena and Maianbar at the park’s north end. This popular riverside campground is known for its large sand spit, which makes it a great swimming spot. You can either pitch a tent or bring your caravan, it’s the only car based camping area in the park. The campground is equipped with flush toilets, hot showers and drinking water - all sites are unpowered.
Other campsites in the Park include North Era and Uloola Falls. Both camps can only be accessed by foot and you’ll need to be fully self-sufficient when camping here, including bringing your own food, drinking water, cooking equipment and supplies.
Bookings are essential; fees payable in advance. For further Information visit: Royal National Park
To book contact the Royal National Park: (02) 9542 0683 10:30am to 1:30pm Monday to Friday only.
Sydney Tourist Park
The recently renovated Sydney Tourist Park offers easy access landscaped slab and grass camping sites. There are also communal facilities including a full camp kitchen, with Gas BBQ's, hotplates, fridge & freezers and new secure amenities blocks. There is also a large laundry with 4 washing machines, two dryers and a clothesline area.
For further Information visit: Sydney Tourism Park
Guided walking tours with overnight camping
There are several tour guide companies that operate in the Royal National Park and offer overnight walking tours. They set up the tents for you and provide the food so you can sit back and enjoy the tranquillity.
Guided tour operators include
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