Sturt National Park is tucked away in the northwest of the state and recognised as the gateway to Cameron Corner – the meeting point of New South Wales, South Australia and Queensland.
New South Wales
A paradisiacal coastal enclave of postcard perfect sandy coves, idyllic campsites and world-class fishing awaits on the New South Wales mid north coast.
The Sapphire Coast of New South Wales is a criminally underrated stretch of coastal real estate reaching from Bermagui below Eden to the Victorian border. Visitors are treated to top-notch camping, gorgeous scenery and access to a stretch of sparsely populated beachfront.
The unspoilt stretch between Myall Lakes National Park, Mungo Brush and the endless sandy expanse of Mungo Beach provides a litany of surprises. With quick and easy access to the calm waters of the Myall Lakes system, as well as the open surf beach on the other side of the campground, visitors really get to have it both ways.
If you’re looking for a corker of a weekend getaway out of Sydney with some beautiful scenic driving, great campsites, ancient landscapes, loads of waterfalls and generally thin crowds, a trip to the Waterfall Way has all based covered.
Access to the Pebbly Beach campground is via a long beach run from Red Rock in the south, but the most notable driving feature of the area is the water crossing at the mouth of Station Creek.