Pebbly Beach Camping Area - Yuraygir National Park

National Park - New South Wales


Pebbly Beach campground sits by a small bay north of Station Creek Beach. Getting to this remote campground is as much an adventure as staying there – you’ll need to drive along the beach and cross a saltwater estuary at low tide. Once you’re there, the fun really begins. Settle into a spacious campsite, just metres from the she-oak lined shore, then start exploring. You’ll find great walking tracks in the area, and the nearby headlands are excellent for whale watching.True to its name, the beach features ‘pebbly’, gravel-like sand and is a fantastic place for swimming and fishing. What are you waiting for?

Camping Type

  • Tent
  • Camper trailer site
  • Caravan site
  • Camping beside vehicle


  • Toilets

Please Note

  •     This is a popular campground. It’s a good idea to book early, particularly during summer.
  •     This campground is not suitable for large caravans. You can bring small caravans and trailers if towed by high clearance 4WDs.
  •     Free firewood is available at the Station Creek turnoff.


Bookings are required. Book online at or call the National Parks Contact Centre on 1300 072 757.

Make sure you grab firewood before crossing Station Creek, once you’re over, there’s no firewood supplies around. Easy crossing an hour or so either side of low-tide. Some of the camp sites are fairly close together, and not particularly wide. Watch out for the soft sand in the sites - you’ll likely need sand pegs, and watch that your jockey-wheel doesn’t sink too low. Whales spotted offshore in early October, easily visible from the beach.

Great spot. Don't drive straight across the creek, follow the fence down to the right and then cross on the rock bar, drive along the other side and then climb the steep embankment off to your right.

** Tripigy has stayed here and can verify you only have drop toilets here. The caretaker is a friendly guy. He has been there for a long time. We love it here, the beach is great for swimming and surfing. The walk up on the head is great. There are some good sites, some wtih grass, most with sand. You can get a view from some of them but some are located a small dune that blocks the view. There is lots of shade. Definately book ahead in school holidays as it's very busy. ? Tip: It can flood in extreme rain weather events so you will get stuck if you don't heed the warnings to get out before the tide & flood water rises. A couple of years ago during Christmas school holidays, a family member was stuck there for over a week and the campground was flooded.
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