Limeburners Creek National Park

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A pristine environment of unspoilt coastline with heathlands, banksia and blackbutt forest and the rare rainforests of Big Hill providing shelter for an abundance of native wildlife. Limeburners Creek, Saltwater Lake and the surrounding sand ridges support an unusual mixture of vegetation communities and habitats.

The beach is popular for swimming, surfing, fishing or just relaxing. Car-based and caravan camping is available at Point Plomer (plenty of facilities), or Melaleuca rest area (basic facilities). Camping fees apply. Bring your own drinking water, provide your own firewood or purchase it on site. Amenities are wheelchair accessible.

Campgrounds:

Melaleuca Camping Ground (100 sites)
You’ll need to bring drinking water and firewood with you. You can explore rare rainforests on a short loop track from this campground.
Getting there: This campground is on Point Plomer Road.
Facilities: non-flush toilets

Point Plomer Camping Ground (100 sites)
Wheelchair access: medium. You will find wheelchair-accessible toilets here.
This is the more ‘luxurious’ of the park’s camping grounds, though you’ll need to bring drinking water and firewood with you.
Getting there: This campground is on Point Plomer Road.
Facilities: picnic tables, wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), flush toilets, cold showers, amenities block.
Water supply: You’ll only find bore water here.
Directions: 15 km south of Crescent Head off the Plomer Road.

Photo: Barbara Webster


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