Help NSW's National Parks Recover and Save 25% on Camping

Editorial team — 13 March 2020
Support NSW’s regional communities as they recover from this summer’s bushfires by camping in a national park

NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) is inviting everyone to help support NSW’s regional communities as they recover from this summer’s bushfires by visiting and booking a stay in a national park.

NPWS is offering 25% off camping getaways to make it easier than ever to reconnect with nature and to visit areas that need it most.

Visitors need to book online before the end of March using the promo code LoveNSW to save 25% off the full price of selected campgrounds for stays between 4 March and 24 September.

Many areas of NSW national parks are recovering, or were not affected by bushfires and are as beautiful as ever. Now is the perfect time for campers to plan a visit back to their favourite holiday spot, discover a new destination, or try camping for the first time, with locations right across NSW to suit all styles of campers.

Road trip to the North Coast and stay at Woody Head campground in Bundjalung National Park, or pitch a tent on a secluded island at Broughton Island campground in Myall Lakes National Park.

On the Central Coast, wake up to the sound of the ocean at beachfront Little Beach campground in Bouddi National Park.

For a quick getaway close to Sydney, head to Euroka campground, a beautiful bushy spot in the Glenbrook area of Blue Mountains National Park.

In Country NSW soak up the atmosphere of gold rush-era town Hill End, near Bathurst, at its Village campground.

Plan a drive to the far South Coast to Bittangabee or Saltwater Creek campgrounds in Ben Boyd National Park, which are due to reopen late March.

To explore the full list of 25% off campgrounds, and to check campground opening dates, visit

Note, this offer excludes Easter school holiday period. View for more details.


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