Construction of the new campgrounds along the Wild South Coast Way is now complete and sites are available to book online.
The four purpose-built campgrounds are accessible by foot only and are dedicated to those seeking a more intimate and unique walking experience. They have been named in Ngarrindjeri language. The new walk-in only campgrounds are:
- Wuldi Krikin Ngawanthi (meaning Eagle Waterhole Campground) in Deep Creek National Park
- Yapari Ngawanthi (meaning Cliffs Campground) in Deep Creek National Park
- Kurri Ngawanthi (meaning Creek Campground) in Ballaparudda Creek Recreation Park
- Natunyuru Ngawanthi (meaning Sand Dunes Campground) in Newland Head Conservation Park
Each campground includes:
- Shelter (with seating, large food preparation bench and sink with untreated rainwater)
- Unisex drop toilets with sinks
- 10 two-person timber or compacted earth tent pads
- Rainwater tanks
In total, eight campgrounds accommodate the needs of multi-day walkers along the trail. The other four campgrounds can be reached by either foot or vehicle. View our interactive map to learn the locations of each campground and to book.