Peak season (start of NSW September school holidays to the end of April school holidays): $10 per night for people over 16; $5 per night for 5-15 year olds. Off peak (end of NSW April school holidays to start of September school holidays): $5 per night for people over 16; $3 per night for 5-15 year olds. Children under 5 years camp free of charge. Ocean beaches, spotted gum forests, wetlands and estuaries offer a variety of scenery and an important habitat area for waterbirds and threatened native animals such as the white-footed dunnart. The Eurobodalla area also has significant Aboriginal and European cultural sites.
Enjoy camping, bushwalking, fishing, swimming, birdwatching, boating and other water activities. Car-based and caravan camping are available at Congo camping area and there are plenty of picnic spots.
Access Stretched along the coast from Moruya Head in the north to Tilba Lake in the south. Various access points off the Princes Highway This campground is great for beach fishing, surfing and beach walking. Campfires are not permitted at the Congo camping area.
Getting there: Take the road south of Moruya Heads.
Facilities: non-flush toilets, amenities block
Water supply: Bore water is available. The campsite is accessible by all weather unsealed roads suitable for 2wd vehicles
250 km SSW of Sydney
Not far from the Princes Hwy, this campsite is found just off Congo Road, between Congo River and the Congo township.
You can park a caravan, trailer, or a tent in this campground
There are a total of 50 campsites
This campsite is on the southern banks of the Congo River, just where it meets the ocean. The open campsite has no formal spaces marked but there is plenty of room for tents and vans. Enjoy some beach fishing, walking or swimming in the area. There is a small shelter about halfway along the campsite with information boards, and some picnic tables at the far end. There is bore water available on site, but best to bring your own drinking water. Swimming on Eurobodalla Beach is not recommended. There are other swimming areas nearby.
You are not able to book these campsites - first come basis.
Photos on this page were kindly supplied by our roving reporter Ross Bartlett in August 2014.