Big Volcano® (Wollumbin) Visitor Guide

Campgrounds, tent sites accommodaton and drive in camper grounds in the Byron Bay, Tweed Heads,
Upper Clarence region of New South Wales and Gold Coast hinterland and Scenic Rim region of Queensland, Australia.

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Hosanna Farm Stay
Photos © courtesy of Hosanna Farm Stay and
Wooyung Beach Holiday Park

Camping Grounds

Camping grounds in the Northern Rivers, Gold Coast and Scenic Rim region can range from primitive camp grounds on a farm bush block, through to private tourist parks and council run holiday parks with all the mod cons.  You'll also find camp grounds, car camping, tent camping and walk-in camping available in many of the World Heritage listed national parks of the region.

Tariff shown is indicative only (per night/off peak).

Select the business name to go to the website for more information and to book direct
Greenhills Caravan Park
Greenhills Caravan ParkNew listing

Family owned caravan park with spacious sites suitable for tents, caravans, campers, small RVs and 5th wheelers only.

Choose from powered and unpowered sites, grass or double concrete slab.  Some also drive through.  Amenities block with plenty of hot water available.

300m to Tweed Regional Gallery and Margaret Olley Art Centre, and 2km to CBD.

Pet friendly (dogs on leash).  Overnight, weekly and longer term holiday stays available. $20 pn unpowered, $30 pn powered sites for 2 people.

Locality Map
Murwillumbah

Telephone:
(02) 6672 2035
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Hosanna Farm Stay

Hosanna offers a range of camping options at our grassy camp ground, including unpowered and powered sites, with or without shared kitchen facilities, and our unique glamping "huts" with power and made up bedding.

Other shared facilities include lounge, laundry, internet access, and a wood fired sauna next to our swimming and kayaking dam.  And we're dog friendly!  From AUD $12 pp camping to $150 for cabins  Day visitors welcome - $.

Locality Map
Stokers Siding via Murwillumbah

Telephone:
(02) 6677 9023
Aerial view of Wooyung Caravan Park
Wooyung Beach Holiday Park

A traditional family owned seaside caravan park, set in pleasant park like grounds opposite the beach and a nature reserve.

Choose from powered and unpowered caravan sites, and unpowered "bush" camping sites with plenty of shade.

Docile family dogs permitted - camping and caravan park only. From $25-$29 pn for sites

Locality Map
Wooyung

Telephone:
(02) 6677 1300

Camping Grounds and Holiday Parks

Most beachside holiday parks and tourist parks will by run by the local council, while private campgrounds and holiday parks can be located near the beach or national parks and nature reserves.

Camping grounds and tent camping sites may also be available at country resorts and farmstays, with on-site adventure and nature activities available. Like beachside tourist and holiday parks, most private campgrounds usually provide a campers kitchen and clean, modern amenities.

Please note: There is no beach camping permitted in Ballina, Byron or Tweed Shires, and no beach camping on Gold Coast beaches.  (Check out South Stradbroke Island - "Straddie", in Moreton Bay for beach camping options.)

The free listings below are provided to ensure the most comprehensive local directory possible.
  When you contact folks listed here, please mention that you found them via Big Volcano.  Thanks.

Flat Rock Tent Park
Ballina
(02) 6686 4848
Ballina Beach Village
South Ballina
(02) 6686 3347
Binna Burra Mountain Campsite - Lamington National Park
via Beechmont, QLD
(07) 5533 3622
Burleigh Beach Tourist Park
Burleigh Heads, Gold Coast
(07) 5667 2750
The Arts Factory Lodge
Byron Bay
(02) 6685 7709
Belongil Fields
Byron Bay
(02) 6680 8999
Beaches of Byron
Broken Head via Byron Bay
(02) 6685 6751
Suffolk Park Holiday Park
Suffolk Park via Byron Bay
(02) 6685 3353
River Bend Country Bush Camping
Canungra, QLD
0409 550 745
Spring Gully Stays
via Canungra, QLD
(07) 5543 4490
Grady's Creek Paradise Valley Retreat - primitive camping only
Cougal
(02) 6636 6140
Tweed Coast Holiday Parks - Fingal
Fingal Head
(07) 5524 2208
Tweed Coast Holiday Parks - Hastings Point
Hastings Point
(02) 6676 1049
Big4 North Star Holiday Resort
Hastings Point
(02) 6676 1234
Queen Mary Falls Caravan Park
Killarney, QLD
(07) 4664 7151
Ingenia Holidays Kingscliff
Kingscliff
(02) 6674 2505
Tweed Coast Holiday Parks - Kingscliff Beach Updated listing[CLOSED for redevelopment]
Kingscliff
(02) 6674 1311
Tweed Coast Holiday Parks - Kingscliff North
Kingscliff
(02) 6674 1071
Kirra Beach Tourist Park
Kirra, Gold Coast
(07) 5667 2740
Rainforest Gateway Caravan Park
via Kyogle
(02) 6636 6114
Camp Lake Fire
Maroon via Rathdowney, QLD
(07) 5463 6121
Lake Maroon Holiday Park
Maroon via Rathdowney, QLD
(07) 5463 6256
Ocean Beach Tourist Park
Miami, Gold Coast
(07) 5667 2710
Hosanna Farm Stay
Stokers Siding via Murwillumbah
(02) 6677 9023
Maca's Camping Ground
Mullumbimby
(02) 6684 5211
Mount Burrell Camping Ground
Mount Burrell
(02) 6679 7170
Mount Warning Rainforest Park
Mount Warning
(02) 6679 5120
Rainbow Retreat
Nimbin
(02) 6689 1262
Palm Beach Tourist Park
Palm Beach, Gold Coast
(07) 5535 3359
Tweed Coast Holiday Parks - Pottsville North
Pottsville
(02) 6676 1221
Tweed Coast Holiday Parks - Pottsville South
Pottsville
(02) 6676 1050
Bigriggen Park
via Rathdowney, QLD
(07) 5463 6190
Mount Barney Lodge Country Retreat
via Rathdowney, QLD
(07) 5544 3233
Clarence River Wilderness Lodge
Tabulam
(02) 6665 1337
Lanikai Campsites
Tabulam
(02) 6666 1272
Tallebudgera Creek Tourist Park
Tallebudgera, Gold Coast
(07) 5667 2700
Tamborine Mountain Caravan Camping
Tamborine Mountain, QLD
(07) 5545 0034
Thunderbird Park
Tamborine Mountain, QLD
(07) 5545 1468
Channon Village Campground 10 only unpowered sites
The Channon
(02) 6688 6204
Pyramid Holiday Park
Tweed Heads
(07) 5536 3666
Tweed Coast Holiday Parks - Boyds Bay
Tweed Heads South
(07) 5524 3306
Levuka 4WD Park
Urbenville
(02) 6634 1338
Border Ranges Centre
Wadeville
(02) 6689 7285
Wooyung Beach Holiday Park
Wooyung
(02) 6677 1300

Glamping, Tipis and Yurts

What is glamping?  "Glamorous camping" usually provides safari style luxury tents on raised platforms, or unique and quirky wooden huts, with some or all of the mod cons, including power, real beds and linen, private bathroom (with or without a spa/bath), and outdoor dining with a BBQ, on a verandah with views.

Booking.com online reservations Book selected "Glamping tents" below via Booking.com* or search for more options.

Clouds Safari
Clouds Safari

Offering studio style accommodation with kitchenette, separate bathroom w/ shower, and soaking tub positioned for views across the rolling hills and valleys.

Verandah with outdoor furniture and BBQ Minimum 2 night stay.

Locality
Beechmont
Tuckers Retreat
Tuckers Retreat

Take a dip in your private hot tub or crawl into your bed and enjoy beautiful mountain views.

Each adult only eco-friendly, luxury tent is equipped with a kitchenette and a bathroom.  Guests can have a relaxing meal with friends and family on their private terrace.

Locality
Via Canungra
Silk Pavilions
Silk Pavilions

Nestled amongst native bush, lakes and rainforest, guests can enjoy beautiful views of Mount Warning from their private deck.

Set on 40 hecrates (100 acres), this luxurious retreat offers Thai villas and tented suites with wooden floors and Asian-style furnishings. Tents are equipped with chandelier, barbecue, hammock and patio seating.

Locality
Mount Burrell
Glamping Byron Bay
Glamping Byron Bay

Set in Rosebank in the Byron hinterland, this tent is set in a garden with a year-round outdoor pool.

Guests have free WiFi and private parking available on site. Towels and bed linen are featured in this self-catering accommodation.

Locality
Rosebank via Federal

National Parks Campgrounds

Camping in the World Heritage listed national parks of the region is very popular on weekends and during school holidays, with some locations being walk-in bush camping only.  Booking online in advance for QLD National Parks is recommended. At NSW National Parks, it is "first come - best dressed", so you may drive in, and pay your camping fee as directed at self payment stations prior to setting up camp.  Please note; firearms and pets are not permitted in national parks*. 

*Caravanners please note: Composting toilets are common in most national parks.  Please DON'T empty your portaloo waste into them, as the chemicals in portaloos destroy natural processes that make composting toilets an effective eco-friendly option in these places.


Forest Tops Camping Area - NSW National Parks
(02) 6632 0000
Sheepstation Creek Camping Area - NSW National Parks
(02) 6632 0000
Koreelah Creek Camping Area - NSW National Parks
(02) 6632 0000
Green Mountains Parks Camp - QLD  National Parks booking online preferred
13 74 68
Manna Gum Camping Area, Goomburra - QLD  National Parks booking online preferred
13 74 68
Poplar Flat Camping Area, Goomburra - QLD  National Parks booking online preferred
13 74 68
Spicers Gap Camping Area - QLD  National Parks booking online preferred
13 74 68
Cutters Camp Camping Area - NSW National Parks
(02) 6670 8600
Mount Barney National Park, limited walk-in bush camping only advance booking essential
13 74 68
Rummery Park Camping Area, Whian Whian SCA - NSW National Parks
(02) 6627 0200
Peacock Creek Camping Area - NSW National Parks
(02) 6632 0000
"The Settlement" Camp - QLD  National Parks booking online preferred
13 74 68
Iron Pot Creek Camping Area - NSW National Parks
(02) 6632 0000

Public Reserves, Showgrounds and State Forests

Camping in public reserves is usually operated by local community showground trust, progress association or overseen by the general store or garage owner/manager in the local village. There maybe a standard "gold coin" donation or nominal fee for camping at these locations.

Facilities are usually primitive or basic, and depending on the management, it will either be "first come - best dressed" or you may need to book in advance.  Like national parks, some locations are popular with the locals on weekends and during school holidays, so you should enquire in advance to avoid disppointment.

State Forests are now few and far between in our region, but free camping is available in State Forest parks shown below, where facilities are available.

Free camping sites are not common in our region, and in popular coastal locations, it is against local bylaws.  In Tweed and Byron Shires in particular, rangers conduct regular patrols, especially along beaches and in nature reserves.  If you're found camping in a prohibited place, you will be asked to pack up and move on, and you may also get a fine.

Please check out reserves listed below, campgrounds listed above, and see our Caravan Parks and Holiday Parks directory for more tourist parks in beach and bush localities.

Alstonville Showground
Alstonville
(02) 6628 0358
Canungra Creek Reserve Canungra Showgrounds
Canungra, QLD
(07) 5543 5904
Darlington Park, Lost World Valley
via Kerry, QLD
(07) 5544 8120
Kyogle Showground Reserve Trust Updated listing
Kyogle
0459 537 601
Burgess Park
Lamington, QLD
(07) 5544 8120
Stinson Park, Christmas Creek
via Lamington, QLD
(07) 5544 8008
Murwillumbah Showground Trust
Murwillumbah
0423 600 478
Waterfall Creek Reserve
Mount Barney via Rathdowney, QLD
(07) 5540 5111
Andrew Drynan Park - Lions Road
Running Creek via Rathdowney, QLD
(07) 5544 1281
Flanangan Reserve, Barney View
via Rathdowney, QLD
(07) 5544 3128
Tyalgum Camping Ground
Tyalgum
(02) 6679 3569 or (02) 6679 3416
Tooloom Falls Aboriginal Place Tooloom National Park
Kyogle
(02) 6632 0000
Urbenville Forest Park and State Forest
Urbenville (Casino)
(02) 6662 4499
Woodenbong Camping Ground
Woodenbong
(02) 6635 1306

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