Bulahdelah Lions Park – 72 hr – Donation – NSW

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Note: This camp is closed till further notice. We will leave this post for all to see in case it re opens after covid.

Bulahdelah Lions Park is located a little over an hour north of Newcastle and around 35 minutes east of Seal Rocks.

Bulahdelah Camps

Bulahdelah Lions Park is one of the many great camps in this town. This is a donation camp by the river but you can also camp at the showground, the golf club or the bowling club. We stayed at the bowling club last time we passed through and would recommend it. It has power and water if you need it (Read our full post on the bowls club camp here)

Bulahdelah Lions Park River Camp

We chose this 72 hour camp as we liked the look of it last time. Also, we had already filled our water tanks at our stop in Kempsey and our solar was topped up.

Bulahdelah Lions Park
Park By The River

You can park parallel to the river here, if there is room (it’s a busy place!) If you don’t fit by the river you can park in several other places no mater what size rig you have.

The area is mostly gravel but has grassed areas around the BBQ and seating area. There is also also a boat ramp in this area if you want to put your tinnie in.

Walk To Shops

Over the bridge from the camp is the main street. As well as public toilets, you will find, the IGA, pub, cafe’s, bakery, butcher, pharmacy, news agent, bottle shop and hair dresser.

This camp is for fully self-contained vehicles and is worth stopping off at.

More Information

  • Location : Bulahdelah
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  • State: NSW
  • Pets: Yes
  • Camp type : 72 hour rest area
  • Price : $ Donation
  • Water ? : a tap is available
  • Power ? : Yes
  • Will suit: All sized vehicles
  • Is it on Wikicamps ?: Yes
  • Drive time to nearby shops: 2 minute walk
  • Amenities : None but there’s a toilet a short walk over the bridge
  • Other :BBQ, River views, Boat ramp, Seating, Bins, Close to shops, Generators ok, Self-contained
  • WIFI & Phone Reception – Tested with Boost Mobile: Yes

We use Boost for our phone and internet while travelling as it has 3G & 4G coverage on the Telstra Mobile network.

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