Last Updated | 09 Mar 2014
This campground was suggested by GreenNomad
Council maintained campground on Warrell Creek, great spot if you have a kayak.
This is not the most scenic campground, but if you have a kayak, you can disappear around the corner of Warrell Creek and have the place to yourself.
Warrell Creek follows north along the coast for about 6km to meet up with the Nambucca River, just before it exits into the ocean. You can then head back upstream along the Nambucca River.
Heading upstream (south from the campground) the Warrell winds its way for about 10km back to the Pacific Highway. Very pretty stretch of water.
Drag a lure along with you and you will come back with dinner, almost guaranteed.
The campground is pretty level, and grassy but is usually busy in warmer weather.
You can also get to the beach by crossing the Warrell and heading overland for a few hundred metres.
Water is supplied by a water tank from the town supply. The toilets now also have solar powered lighting and are currently undergoing a refurbishment.
$20 per site per night for up to 5 people
$5 per head after that
Rangers collect fees (different times each day to prevent freeloaders). The area can get busy during peak season and there are no designated sites.
If you wish to book a site, you can do this via the link below on the council website.
This site is accessable by caravans in good weather.
About 6km East from Macksville on the Gumma Road.
The road is accessible to all sized vehicles in good weather however the area is susceptible to flooding.