7 Beautiful Places To Park Your Campervan In NSW

Hit the road on a campervan holiday across New South Wales. Campervanning offers the luxury of changing your holiday as you go and is a great trip for families, friends or even a solo mission.

Broken Hill. NSW

Amanda Slater

Hit the road on a campervan holiday across New South Wales. Campervanning offers the luxury of changing your holiday as you go and is a great trip for families, friends or even a solo mission. Rent a campervan in Sydney and head off on an awe-inspiring adventure. Whether you’re heading out on a coastal campervanning trip, looking for a lakeside camping experience or just want to get out of the city, New South Wales is full of beautiful hideaways perfect for a campervan getaway.

Check out seven beautiful places to park your campervan below and start planning your route through New South Wales.

Lane Cove River Tourist Park

Lane Cove National Park Sydney Panorama

David Lochlin

Located just 10 kilometres from the Sydney Harbour, Lane Cove River Tourist Park has a vast array of campervan and motorhome sites. Spend a weekend in beautiful, natural greenery in the middle of Lane Cove National Park. Take a stroll one of the park’s many bushwalks or hire a boat from the Lane Cove Boatshed for an idyllic trip downstream. The campground also boasts a swimming pool and electric barbecue areas great for hungry adventurers.

Shelly Beach Holiday Park

K5JS1365 - Shelly Beach 2012

John Skewes

Shelly Beach Holiday Park offers ample campervan space and stunning beach views. The peaceful campsite has a campers kitchen and outdoor barbecue area as well as patrolled beach swimming, golf and fishing facilities. There are also a number of restaurants, shops and bars in the nearby area. Shelly Beach one of the most popular surfing beaches on the Central Coast and has a vast array of walks to discover.

Dunns Swamp

Dunns swamp

Visit Dunns Swamp and stay on the banks of the Cudgegong river. Found within Wollemi National Park, the Ganguddy Campground is the perfect place to unwind in natural surrounds. The area is teeming with wildlife and visitors can catch a glimpse of wallabies, purple swamphens, long-necked turtles and an occasional platypus. Visitors can indulge in birdwatching, fishing, canoeing and swimming in its serene waterways before cooking up a storm on the site’s wood barbecues.

Currarong Beachside Tourist Park

Honeymoon Bay, Moreton Island

Head to Currarong Beachside Tourist Park for beachside campervan and camping sites in a mesmerising Jervis Bay location. Close to Honeymoon Bay, the park itself is simple and laid-back with a tennis court and a play area for children. The calm, crystal clear waters surrounding the beachside park are great for fishing, swimming and sailing.

Durras Beach North Tourist Park

Murramarang National Park 06

Park your campervan just off Durras Beach in spacious campgrounds surrounding Murramarang National Park. You’re bound to see a kangaroo around camp at Durras North as well as possums and variety of native birds and parrots. The campsite is located along Lake Durras, one of the most pristine coastal waterways in New South Wales - making it the perfect place for a spot of fishing. Durras Beach is also a short walk away where you can take in the amazing ocean views and relax on pure, white sands.

Pretty Beach Campsite


Pretty Beach is a popular south coast location for camping and campervan holidays. Located within Murramarang National Park, there’s plenty of opportunity for adventure with Durras Mountain and Snapper Point in close proximity. Discover unrivalled ocean views and white sands, or head up to the striking headlands. There’s plenty of opportunity to swim alongside activities like birdwatching, fishing and surfing.

Greenman's On The Hawkesbury 

Hawkesbury River 1

Escape from the hustle and bustle of city life and relax on the banks of the Hawkesbury river. Take your campervan to the Greenmans On The Hawkesbury and discover a range of campervan spots along the river bend. The beautiful retreat offers a range of recreation activities such as fishing, swimming and boating all in stunning natural surrounds. The adventurous can head to nearby Glenworth Valley and take part in a variety of adrenaline-pumping sports from quad biking to abseiling.


Kangaroos hopping away into the sunset

Chris Samuel
Before you set off on your NSW adventure make sure to check your oil, water and brake fluid as if you are travelling to a more remote location you might not get a chance to refill these. It might also be best to brush up on your maintenance skills to avoid any dramas on the road. Once your campervan is ready to go, check that you have packed thoroughly. Remember to include a basic first aid kit and car maintenance tools.

Now you’re ready to go and explore the wonderful natural splendour of NSW!