Make the most of Easter and consider one of these 5 memorable spots to recharge.
Whether you stay close to home or travel further afield, you’ll be escaping it all, surrounded by natural beauty.
The ANZAC Day Public Holiday is close the Easter break so why not take a few extra days and combine the two.
The Basin Campground in Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park is one of Sydney’s most popular beach camping spots. Park entry fees apply. Suitable for tents, remote/backpack camping.
A good spot for group camping trips, pitch your tent or park your caravan at Crowdy Gap Campground in Crowdy Bay National Park on NSW North Coast. The beach is just a short walk away. Park entry fees apply. Suitable for tents, camper trailers and caravans.
Broughton Island campground is the only place in NSW where you can camp among an active seabird colony. Park entry fees apply. Suitable for tents, remote/backpack camping.
Enjoy camping at Cattai National Park along the Hawkesbury River. Go walking, camping, canoeing and bike riding. Park entry fees apply. Suitable for tents, camper trailers and caravans.
Pack your camping gear for an adventure at Murramarang National Park on the NSW South Coast. Pebbly Beach campground is only a short walk from the beach. Park entry fees apply. Suitable for tents and camper trailers.