With Spring well underway and more fine weather just around the corner, now is the time to arrange your very own Spring break. Hope William-Smith reveals the top camping spots this spring.

It is nearly October and according to Destination NSW CEO Sandra Chipchase, “NSW is filled with hidden camping gems waiting to be discovered. NSW has amazing coastal and bush camping spots that continue to stay under the radar and would make an ideal weekend away this spring.”

Here are some of the best secret camping sports along the NSW coast and further inland just waiting to be discovered!

Mystery Bay Camp Ground

Just north of Tilba on the South Coast, Mystery Bay is a popular travel destination for many Australians every year and fifers snorkelling, surfing, wine and cheese tastings and stunning views of Montague Island.

Glenworth Valley
Located on the picturesque Central Coast, this destination is perfect for quad biking, horse riding and bushwalking. Barbecues and brand new facilities are making it a top runner this season!

North Coast Holiday Park Corindi Beach
Nestled beside the beach, holiday makers can enjoy gentle sea breezes, swimming, kayaking, fishing and snorkelling in the many lakes and rivers close by, with 64 campsites to choose from.

Honeymoon Bay
Perfect for enthusiastic bushwalkers, Honeymoon Bay is a spectacular and secluded sport at the northern end of Jervis Bay. The rustic campsite is perfect for anyone looking for an adventurous escape.

Dingo Tops
Situated right in the middle of the Tabin Tops National Park on the North Coast, Dingo Tops is surrounded by ancient rainforests and native animals. Stunning waterfalls, creeks and walking track are perfect for a lazy, restful holiday.

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