Gillards Beach - Mimosa Rocks National Park NSW

Gillards Beach is located at Gillards Rd - E , Mimosa Rocks National Park. The coastal areas are popular for surfing, fishing, snorkelling, birdwatching and taking in the sights. Car-based camping is available at Aragunnu, Picnic Point and Gillards Beach, and backpack camping at Middle Beach (fees apply, payable on site). There's caravan camping at Gillards Beach; other areas are not recommended for caravans. Picnic facilities are available at Aragunnu, Picnic Point, Bithry Inlet, Middle Beach and Gillards Beach.
Access 22 km north-east of Bega off the Tathra-Bermagui road. The roads are unsealed but are suitable for 2WD in all weather. At this campground, you can enjoy fishing from the beach, surfing and beach walking.
Extra information about camping at this campground: you'll need to bring your own drinking water. Maximum length of stay: two weeks during school holiday periods; four weeks at other times.
Getting there: Turn off the Tathra-Bermagui road onto Gillards Road, just south of Tanja.
Facilities: wood barbecues, non-flush toilets
Bookings: No bookings are taken for this campground. The campsite is accessible by all weather unsealed roads suitable for 2wd vehicles
A little south of Tanja, turn off the Tathra-Bermagui Road and drive to the end of Gillards Road.
You can park a caravan, trailer, or a tent in this campground
There are a total of 70 campsites
You will need to bring your own drinking water. This site is just near the unpatrolled beach, enjoyed by many for fishing and surfing. Stays are limited to two weeks during peak periods and four weeks otherwise.
You are not able to book these campsites - first come basis

Photos on this page were kindly supplied by our roving reporter Darlene Collins in March 2014.

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Contact and Location
Gillards Beach
Gillards Rd - E
Mimosa Rocks National Park NSW 2548
P: 02 44762888
GPS:S36 39 34,E150 00 05
GPS:S36 39.5832,E150 00.0834

  1. Darlene Collins  of  Gold Coast Fri March 7, 2014 at 5:31 PM

    Great campground. The road in is very narrow and isn't wide enough in most places for passing. We were lucky we didn't see another vehicle. Very quiet area. The wildlife are very friendly and at night if you are lucky you may see a potoroo, they look a little bit like a small kangaroo or bandicoot. Loved it.
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