Our Campsites

No need to search for a campsite, we have hand-picked the best locations for a truly relaxing escape, such as premium coastal and lakeside campsites, all within easy driving distance from Sydney and Newcastle. We value the natural environment and work closely with the campsites we visit to ensure our stays are eco-friendly and that we leave our campsites as pristine, if not more so, than we found them. We have been granted an Eco Pass from the National Parks & Wildlife Service (NPWS) for the National Parks in which we conduct our escapes.

Lani’s Holiday Island, Forster

100 acres of natural bushland surrounded on 3 sides by stunning Wallis Lake. Enjoy sunsets over the water as you sit by your campfire. This pet-friendly campground offers a tranquil setting, while being situated virtually in the centre of town in Forster and minutes from the beach, cafes, shops and restaurants. Launch your boat from within the campsite or take your canoe and enjoy the lake’s peaceful waters and abundant fishing. Other features include hot showers, well-maintainedl flushing toilet blocks, drinking water, camp kitchen, and even a swimming pool and on-site cafe (in peak periods). The site is easily accessible by vehicle and you will be able to drive right up to your tent. Suitable for couples, families and groups of any size.

Glenworth Valley

Only 45 minutes from Sydney! Camp under the stars amongst unspoilt surroundings. Relax in the 200 acre secluded riverfront camping ground, build a camp fire and wake up to a fun-filled day of adventure activities amongst spectacular bush surrounds. This camping ground features modern amenities and is perfect for families, couples and groups.

Reflections Holiday Park, Seal Rocks

Situated in North Coast Holiday Park, Seal Rocks, the site is on a grassy camping area directly opposite the beach, surrounded by trees and bushland.

Neranie Sands, Seal Rocks

Situated on stunning Myall Lake at Seal Rocks, this campsite is nestled in a quiet spot amongst the trees with camp sites overlooking the lake, and a forest camping area as well. The lake is shallow and sandy, great for kids and one can wade out for hundreds of metres. The lake and surrounding area is all National Park, enjoy sunset on the lake, camp bbq and picnic tables and eco toilets. A few minutes Seal Rocks Lighthouse, “Number One Beach” (Seal Rocks main beach) and Boat Beach.

Ruins Campground, Seven Mile Beach

Ruins Campground is situated right behind the stunning and aptly-named Seven Mile Beach, and has great amenities such as flushing toilets, hot showers and drinking water on site. Its also a great surf spot and we often see whales and dolphins here! Campfires and pets are not permitted.

Wallingat River Campsite

Wallingat River Campsite offers a much more secluded experience right on the river bank, surrounded by huge gums, pristine rainforest and great walking and horselriding trails. Campfires are permitted and there is a basic toilet block on site. Theres a good chance camping here that you’ll have it to yourself!