The goal for this project is to preserve the low-key coastal camping experience the site is known for, whilst protecting the site from further degradation.
Point Plomer is a much-loved place for both campers and day visitors in Limeburners Creek National Park on the Macleay Coast. The laid-back beach camp culture is one of the most attractive aspects of this park and is something we want to maintain. A family-friendly beach, excellent surf break and great fishing are all reasons we see visitors return time and time again.
Limeburners Creek National Park also has significant cultural heritage values and is an important place for connection to Country for both Birpai and Dunghutti Aboriginal peoples.