Why is pebbly beach closed?
Closed areas: Closed area due to bushfire damage Pebbly Beach campground is closed to camping due to bushfire damage and hazardous conditions. The picnic area is open.
Can you swim at Pebbly Beach?
Pebbly Beach is a rocky beach located on the north side of Mannion Bay on Bowen Island. It’s a semi-secluded spot for swimming, but there can be high boat activity.
Are dogs allowed at Pebbly Beach NSW?
We find the pebbly beach (sunshine Bay dog friendly). You would have to phone up council for the hours dogs are allowed but it is a nice quiet beach for a bonding walk. Look up holiday homes eg. Raine & Horne for dog friendly rentals.
Where is Yuraygir National Park?
NSW north coast
Positioned on the NSW north coast between Yamba and Coffs Harbour, Yuraygir National Park boasts the state’s longest stretch of undeveloped coastline.
Is the pebbly beach campground closed in NSW?
This campground is closed until 1 September 2020 because of damage from bushfires. Pack your camping gear for a weekend of adventure at Murramarang National Park on the NSW south coast. Pebbly Beach campground is only a short walk from the beach. Rates and availability are displayed when making an online booking. Minimum stays apply.
What to do at Pebbly Beach National Park?
Spend your days exploring the stunning coastline on foot, sinking a line to catch a fish or two, swimming in the crystal clear waters, then come back to the campground to cook up a barbecue and listen to the wildlife settle down for the evening. If you’re feeling adventurous there are also a number of walks that start from the campground.
Where is pebbly beach in Yuraygir National Park?
Pebbly Beach campground sits by a small bay north of Station Creek Beach. Getting to this remote campground is as much an adventure as staying there – you’ll need to drive along the beach and cross a saltwater estuary at low tide.
Where are the campsites in NSW National Parks?
Pretty Beach campground – Murramarang National Park. Pretty Beach campground, near Durras Mountain and within Murramarang National Park, offers tent camping and cabins by the beach where visitors can enjoy coastal walks, swimming and fishing.