Deua River Campground - Deua National Park

National Park - New South Wales


**Please note:  this is suitable for tents, swags and camper trailers only.  It is ok for 2WD in dry weather only.  4WD is required in wet weather** 

Deua River, Bakers Flat and Dry Creek, spaced along the she-oak lined Deua River, are all great places to camp. Whatever the season, come and enjoy these scenic riverside camping locations, from where you can explore the park or take a day trip to the coast.

In the warmer months, goannas patrol the campgrounds while the semi-aquatic eastern water dragons oversee the goings-on in the river. You’re most likely to spot them sunning themselves on a rock or a branch overhanging the water. Their long muscular tail helps them swim. So make like a water dragon and jump on in.

There are plenty of things to do at Deua River campgrounds, all of which involve relaxation. Walk alongside the river to explore the area a bit more, find a picnic spot on the bank, do a bit of birdwatching to see how many species you can see, and then enjoy a barbecue dinner back at your campsite.

Activities: walking, motor vehicle use, paddling, liloing, swimming, birdwatching, picnics and barbecues

Getting there: Deua River campgrounds are in the eastern precinct of Deua National Park. To get there:

  • Take Araluen Road northwest for Moruya
  • Follow this for about 45km and look for signs to the campgrounds after entering the park

Facilities: picnic tables, wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), non-flush toilets, fire rings (bring your own firewood), carpark

Water supply: You can get water from the river - boil before drinking.

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