Diamond Head Camp Ground is beachside camping at its finest

With its excellent camping and picnic facilities, the beach side campground at Diamond Head is one of the most popular places to stay in Crowdy Bay National Park. It includes campsites for motorhomes, caravans, campervans, camper trailers and tents.

Once you’ve ogled the ocean and the blackened pillars of Split Rock from the beach, there is lots more to explore. Take your choice from several hiking tracks, including the 4.8km Diamond Head loop walk via Indian Head with its panoramic views of coast, mountains and forest, or the shorter Mermaid Lookout track. And don't forget to pick up your wildflowers identification brochure, bird and fauna lists from the onsite office before you head out.

You’ll find gas barbecues, picnic shelters and outdoor showers right next to the beach.

All sites must be pre booked via NPWS https://nsw.rezexpert.com/book?business_code=500482

What did others have to say?

Matt Tagoai

in the last week

The few times I've visited this camp its been moderately busy, clean and somewhat quiet. The facilities are good but there are no hot showers. The views and surrounding nature makes it a worth while spot to experience at least once. Book ahead online and make sure to get a park pass as well. Spots are usually limited based on season and its popularity, first in first served (usually) and/or the early bird gets the worm!

aus macuser

a month ago

Absolutely world class national Park camping spot. Unfortunately completely fully booked out every time I visit. Still, totally recommend for a day at the beach. Just a great popular spot for very good reasons as you can see from the photos

Coralie Watson

a month ago

This is a wonderful place to come camping. I've been coming since I was a child, now I bring my own children. The main camp area has toilets and showers. The beach is absolutely stunning. You will also get to see some Kangaroos and goanna's.

B rendan

a month ago

Well maintained and organised camp ground with cold showers. The very tame kangaroos are a big hit with international visitors and kids alike. The beach is generally safe, but unpatrolled. If you want to drive on the beach you must purchase a pass. The National Park is on the boundary between two councils which along with the National Parks staff check you have. There are a couple of good walks up to the headland for whale spotting during migration times.

Brad Reynolds

3 months ago

Nice and close to the beach with good amenities. Not good if you want to have a campfire and make noise as it's probably crowded and it's quite regulated fire wise but if you want to camp near the beach and bring the kids it's a great choice. Very pretty place.