Rustic eco-friendly camping, open fires, the sound of the ocean and your four legged friend is welcome too!
Pets
We are still friendly to friendly pets in the campgrounds and caravan area throughout the year. This only works if pet owners assist us by doing the right thing and ensure the safety and enjoyment of other visitors.
All pets must be kept on leash and quiet at all times in the park and cleaned up after. They are not allowed to be left unattended in the park and are allowed in the camping and caravan areas only but not in our cabins. The local beaches are pet friendly.
Please note that ticks are found in northern NSW and please ensure that pets do not enter the forested areas. We recommend to use tick collars and check for ticks if they have entered high grass.

Pets need to be declared and signed in for upon arrival (we still do not charge for pets).

Campfires
Open fires are popular - please use our fire drums to keep the fire off the ground to protect grass & roots and use only dry wood. We usually have bagged, dry & split firewood for sale at reception. You're welcome to BYO firewood but please use dry and non-painted / non-treated wood only, and do not harvest wood from our forest areas and don't burn rubbish.

Check the NSW rural fire service for up-to-date fire bans in our area.

Wildlife
Our park is full of wildlife and we treat them as our pets. Please do not chase or try to catch any animals. Water dragons are very shy but some like to be hand fed with small fruit.

More than 85 different types of birds have been observed in our park throughout the year.

Whale watching is spectacular around May/June (going north) and September/October migrating south with their calves). You can often watch them breaching straight off our beach.
 
Power
We have a limited number of powered site available, but only unpowered sites in the camping area (please see park map below). We do not allow generators as most of our customers come to Wooyung to enjoy the peace and quiet of bush camping.
 
Links
Find our park map here
A typical day at Wooyung from the air...