Mid North Coast of NSW Showgrounds

The Mid North Coast of NSW stretches from Myall Lake in the south to Woolgoolga in the north and is centred around Port Macquarie. This coastal stretch of 300km is a highly livable playground, rich in agriculture, well watered by many large rivers and bounded by the mountains in the west and beautiful sandy beaches along the Pacific Ocean in the east. Life doesn't get much better than in this region.
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Bellingen Showground

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The Bellingen showground is located across the Bellinger River from the main town. This is a highly flood prone town in a high rainfall area and it is not uncommon for the bridge to go under, cutting the town in two.
Camping FeeToiletsShowersDrinking WaterMobile Phone CoverageShadeBinCaravansLong RigTent SitePowerPets Welcome
  • Campground
  • Showground

Wingham Showground

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Wingham Showground provides typical camping facilities in a small, roped off area which is easily crowded.
Camping FeeToiletsShowersDrinking WaterShadeCaravansLong RigCamp TrailersPower
  • Showground

Bulahdelah Showground

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The Bulahdelah Showground offers powered and unpowered camping in a quiet location well back from the traffic streets of Bulahdelah. Sites are level and grassy and there are plenty of power outlets here.
Camping FeeToiletsAccessibleHot ShowersDrinking WaterHose Attachment TapMobile Phone CoverageShadeBinDump PointTent SitePowerPets Welcome
  • Campground
  • Showground
  • Public Dump Point

Kempsey Showground

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Camping at Kempsey Showground provides a relaxing, secure location for all families and tourists looking for a comfortable stopover at a budget price.
Camping FeeAsk PermissionToiletsHot ShowersHose Attachment TapMobile Phone CoverageBinFire PlaceCaravansLong RigCamp TrailersTent SiteDump PointPowerPets WelcomeSecure Parking
  • Campground
  • Place of Interest
  • Showground

Taree Showground

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Taree Showground is a quiet spot to stay with clean toilets and showers. The sites have power, but no water. The gates are closed at night for security.
Camping FeeToiletsDrinking WaterMobile Phone CoverageBinCaravansLong RigTent SitePets Welcome
  • Campground
  • Showground

Wauchope Showground

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Wauchope Showground provides powered and unpowered camping and caravan sites, suitable for any size rig. There are accessible toilets and hot showers.
Camping FeeToiletsAccessibleHot ShowersDrinking WaterHose Attachment TapMobile Phone CoverageBinCaravansLong RigCamp TrailersTent SitePowerPets WelcomeRiver FishingGolfBird WatchingWalkingPhoto OpportunityCanoeing Kayaking
  • Showground
  • Camping Area
  • Fishing Spot

Kendall Showground

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Kendall Showground Campground is peaceful with a bush outlook on the edge of ground. There is a men's shed operating each Tuesday.
Camping FeeToiletsAccessibleHot ShowersDrinking WaterHose Attachment TapMobile Phone CoverageShadePicnic TablesBBQBinCaravansLong RigTent SitePowerPets WelcomeSwimming PoolPublic Boat RampRiver FishingCanoeing Kayaking
  • Showground
  • Campground
  • Fishing Spot
  • Boat Ramp
The subtropical climate is ideal for fruit growing, cattle raising and market gardens. Timber and tourism are important industries here too.

The major centres of Coffs Harbour, Port Macquarie and Taree provide all of life's essentials, so locals really don't need to visit the big smoke for their day to day needs.

Caravan parks abound in this region. They are generally at the upper end of the price scale and there are few RV friendly free camps. Councils in the region seem to be averse to the needs of RV travellers and trying to find a parking spot in Coffs Harbour when towing a caravan, is an exercise in futility. This results in a great deal of lost business for the shops, as travellers, particularly full time nomads, quickly learn to spend their money elsewhere.
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