Bulahdelah Lions Park & Boat Ramp

Waypoint: -32.41517 , 152.20441 GPS: -32.41385 , 152.20631
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Free Overnight CampDay Rest AreaDrinking WaterHose Attachment TapMobile Phone CoverageShadePicnic TablesFire PlaceBBQBinCaravansLong RigPets WelcomePublic Boat RampRiver Fishing
  • Overnight Rest Area
  • Day Use Area
  • Boat Ramp
  • Fishing Spot
Pacific Highway
Bulahdelah NSW 2423
  • On the bank of the Myall River
  • Public toilets in town across the river, about 3-minute walk
  • Town water
  • Picnic table overlooking the river
  • Electric BBQs
  • Donations appreciated
  • Dump point at showground

Driving Directions

Turn off the Old Pacific Highway on the south side of Myall River. Watch for soft ground in grassy area if there has been recent rain.

Last updated by Clyde Camel on 5th December, 2014
The Bulahdelah Lions Park & Boat Ramp is across the river from Bulahdelah with level shady spots and a boat ramp.
Far enough away from the bustle of Bulahdelah to be peaceful, but close enough to walk to the shops.

There has been significant improvement to this excellent free overnight rest area since the highway bypass was opened in 2013. The boggy areas are being rehabilitated, more grass is being nurtured and a new circular gravel driveway has been installed, making it easier for large rigs to turn off the highway when heading south.

There is additional room under the overhead bridge and through to the other side of the old highway, on the bank of the river.

There is a new accessible toilet block just across the bridge in town, an easy 3-minute walk from the rest area.
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Stayed 2/9/15 top spot. No toilets here 160metres over bridge. Lots of improvements here a credit to the locals. Wikicamps reports generators not permitted there are no signs prohibiting generators. 72 hour stays allowed and as usual you get the ones that overstay and stop others from using it.
Clyde Camel
This spot just keeps getting better and better. Camped here 4th December and there were workmen installing more shelters over picnic tables. This is a town that appreciates nomads. The town is lookup up too. When the bypass was opened, there were long faces everywhere. Now they are smiles.
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