Eurobodalla National Park

Camping

Please note that no bookings are taken for any campgrounds in Eurobodalla National Park.

Campgrounds

Brou Lake campground

Nestled in among a forest of spotted gums, Brou Lake campground is an idyllic place to camp for the weekend or a week away on the far south coast.

It’s a free campground, offering limited facilities, but a great one for getting back to nature. Water babies will love their campsite’s position, just behind Brou Lake and beside Jemisons Beach – so there are plenty of opportunities for fishing, swimming, surfing, kayaking and canoeing.

Jemisons Beach and Brou Beach join to form a beautiful sandy stretch that is perfect for sunrise and sunset strolls. You may even be lucky enough to catch a glimpse of dolphins. Of an evening, you can relax around a campfire – keep your eyes out for the nocturnal wildlife, you might spot a potaroo or two.

The campground isn’t far from Bodalla or Narooma, so you can pick up some supplies before heading out with your caravan or camper trailer.

Activities: walking, mountain biking, paddling, surfing, swimming, fishing, birdwatching, picnicking, playing and socialising

Location:  shown on park map

Getting there: Brou Lake campground is accessible via Brou Lake Road, approximately 10km north of Narooma. Follow Brou Lake Road and take the left fork for the campground or the right fork for Brou Beach.

Facilities: non-flush toilets, fire rings (bring your own firewood)

Water supply: No drinking water

Contact: Narooma, Phone: (02) 4476 0800

Congo campground

Congo campground is a popular camping area for families – with room for kids to play and ride, there’s a choice of two beaches to swim, surf and walk, and opportunities to go fishing along the river. There’s plenty to keep you amused for a weekend getaway or a longer camping trip.

If you’re interested in finding out a bit more about the history of the area, you could walk the Bingi Dreaming track that starts from the campground. It’s a 14km walk, ending at Tuross Head, however you can break the walk up into shorter sections if you’re walking with children. If you’re there in spring you’ll be treated to some pretty wildflower displays and the views are magnificent all year round.

The campground isn’t far from Moruya, so you can pick up some supplies before heading out with your caravan, camper trailer or family tent to set up your site.

Activities: walking, road cycling, paddling, sailing and boating, swimming, fishing, surfing, birdwatching, picnicking, playing and socialising

Location:  shown on park map

Getting there: From Moruya, take South Head Road and turn right into Congo Road. Follow Congo Road all the way to the end.

Facilities: amenities block, boat ramp, lookout, flush toilets, trackhead/access point

Contact: Narooma, Phone: (02) 4476 0800