Point Plomer Campground - Limeburners Creek NP

National Park - New South Wales

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Escape the noise of the city and replace it with the peaceful sounds of birdsong and waves crashing on the beach at Point Plomer campground. The nearby kid-friendly beach and facilities make it a great location for a family holiday, or a weekend getaway for the locals. 

For surfers, it’s the ideal surf getaway with world-class surfing breaks surrounded by pristine wilderness. Swimming in the glistening blue waters of Barries Bay, you’ll look back to your campsite over golden sands.Contemplate the beauty around you with your fishing rod in hand. In winter and spring, look out for whales breaching in the distance or dolphins riding the waves. If you enjoy birdwatching, keep your binoculars handy as you might see ospreys flying overhead, or pied oystercatchers darting around the rocks. 

Activities: walking, paddling, sailing and boating, nude bathing, snorkelling and scuba diving, surfing, swimming, astronomy and star gazing, birdwatching, whale watching, picnicking, playing and socialising 

Getting there: Point Plomer campgroud is in the central precinct of Limeburners Creek National Park.

To get there:Drive towards Crescent Head from KempseyAs you enter Crescent Head village, turn right into Point Plomer Road, also known as Bakers Road.Continue for approximately 14km along gravel road to the Big Hill entrance to the park.  Continue along this road another 3km and you’ll arrive at Point Plomer, where you’ll see the campground.

Facilities: picnic tables, wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), amenities block, flush toilets, cold showers, boat ramp, lookout, carpark, trackhead/access point, amenities block

Water supply: You'll only find bore water here.

Bookings: Bookings are not available for this campground.

CMCA User
 26/03/2019
I have camped at this location numerous times. The road in is unsealed but locals want to keep it that way so it remains unspoilt. There are only cold showers and again this keeps the location less crowded. The camp ground is well grassed with shade trees and bush setting just behind the beach front makes it easy for access to kid friendly beach. It also has access for fishing boats and a reasonable point surf protected from SE winds. I like it because it is relaxed and not highly regimented into marked out camp spots. The whole area is a treasure for exploring on foot, whale watching and peaceful enjoyment.
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