Brambles Green campground is one of Myall Lakes National Park’s boat accessible campgrounds, so it’s an ideal overnight stop for kayakers and canoeists paddling the lower Myall River. The campground also makes a good stop for hikers on the Mungo walking track. It’s a small and secluded with a flat grassy area beside the river where you can pitch your tent or set up your bivvy. The campground is fairly basic, so you’ll have to bring all your equipment and supplies with you. There are wood barbecues but you’ll need to bring your own wood. Brambles Green campground offers secluded camping by the river in Myall Lakes National Park. It’s a great place to stop on a kayaking trip or overnight hike.
Brambles Green campground is in the Myall River precinct of Myall Lakes National Park. The campground can only be accessed by foot, via the Brambles Green fire trail (off Mungo Brush Road) or via the Tamboi boardwalk. You can also access the campground on boat via the lower Myall River. To get there:
- From Hawks Nest, follow Mungo Brush Road Drive for approximately 16km
- Brambles Green trailhead is on the left shortly after passing Dark Point carpark
- Leave the car here and follow Brambles Green trail for approximately 2km to the campground
- Boat ramps are available at Mungo Brush campground and Marine Drive, Tea Gardens.
What to Bring
- Drinking and cooking water
Bookings are required. Book online at https://nsw.rezexpert.com/book?business_code=500650&type_id=3839&_ga=2.73016147.1589279367.1616538578-2051782135.1568159389 or call the National Parks Contact Centre on 1300 072 757.
Brambles Green campground is used between October and May by commercial fishers harvesting prawns. Activities, including setting out nets across the river and cooking prawns in preparation for transport may take place throughout the night
AddressMungo Brush Road
Nerong, New South Wales, 2423
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