If camping is your favourite thing to do, then the Mungo Brush campground is a must, but avoid during school holidays and the Christmas period if you do not like crowds! It is very popular! Situated near Hawks Nest, the site features camping sites and caravans. The campground overlooks Myall Lake and is close to the beach. Mungo Brush is perfect for kayaking and fishing.
Mungo Brush has 78 sites including tent, camper trailer, caravan and camping beside vehicle. As well there a number of picnic tables, barbeque facilities, a boat ramp and toilets. You will need to bring your own drinking water!
Sites are booked online and rates are displayed when booking.
A minimum nightly rate applies, which includes the first 2 occupants.
Visitors that are not camping need to pay parking fees.
Park entry fees are not included in your camping fees. Check in after 12pm. Check out by 11am.
Visitors and campers are asked not to feed the wild life. It doesn't do the birds or animals any favours. I spotted this dingo on the Mungo Brush Road on the way to the campsite.
From the campground there is easy access north to Mungo Rainforest walk and south to Tamboi walking track and Mungo walking track. The rainforest pathway is stunning, with views of the lake and an abundance of birds. I spotted a goanna on the track.