Saltwater Creek Campsite – Far South Coast NSW
Where is Saltwater Creek National Park?
Turn off Princes Highway onto Edrom Road, 18km south of Eden. After 6km, turn right into Green Cape Road and drive for approximately 8km. Turn left into Duckhole Road and drive for 4km, then turn right into Saltwater Creek Road for another 4km.
Unsealed road/trail – 2WD vehicles – All weather
Cost? Camping fees: All campsites – site fee: $20 per night (2-person inclusive). $10 per night per additional adult (16 years+), Vehicle entry fee: $7 per vehicle per day.
Facilities: picnic tables, wood barbecues, gas/electric barbecues, non-flush toilets, carpark, trackhead/access point
Camping Experience? Saltwater Creek is the perfect getaway for nature-loving campers keen to escape the hustle and bustle of the modern world. Pristine beach is located next to the site and there is numerous fishing locations. There are several shallow lagoons perfect for the little ones or a spot of paddling. The campsite is a stopover on the famous Light to Light walk
The nearby bush is alive with wildlife all year round. Possums, bandicoots, red-necked wallabies, goannas, pythons and lyrebirds. Dolphins are often seen surfing the waves as whales pass by on their annual migration.
For bird lover keep and eye out for the Crimson Rosellas and Rainbow Lorikeets, Sulphur- crested Cockatoos, Galahs and Kookaburras, The rare Sooty Owl, Tawny Frogmouth Australian King-Parrot,
Whale Watching in the Ben Boyd National Park
Whales pop by during the migration months, late September to late November each year. Mostly Humpback whales however Minke, Blue, False Killer’s and Bryde’s are becoming more common as are Southern Right Whales