myall river camp weekend
Members & their friends are
invited to attend the next members weekend at Myall River camp
If you wish to attend
please add your name to the
e-mail will be sent to the address you have registered
your interest two weeks before the meet.
Please reply to confirm your attendance.
for the weekend will be John & Anita.
WHEN. On the weekend from
Saturday 15th & Sunday 16th February 2020. You are more than welcome to arrive & depart when you
WHERE. In the private campgrounds at the Myall River Camp, Hawks Nest, NSW.
GETTING THERE. Follow the Pacific Highway north
from Hexham for around 50 kilometres & take the exit to Tea Gardens along Myall
Way. Go over the bridge in Tea Gardens to Hawks Nest & turn left at the T
intersection. Drive 4 kilometres north along Mungo Brush Road & turn left at the
camp gates and travel approximately one kilometre in from the road to the river
THE ROAD. The
road is all bitumen & suitable for all vehicles.
will be camping in a bush setting with minimum facilities in an area reserved
for the group.
There is no need to book.
If you would like to attend just add your name to the
form provided. The address of the form can be found in message
82839 within the
Yahoo Group, the Australian
CamperTrailers forum under the Upcoming Events heading or in the
CamperTrailers Facebook Group by typing Myall into the search this group
COST. $25 per
campsite per night.
When paying your camping fees on arrival please let the caretakers know you are
with the Australian CamperTrailers Group to receive a group discount.
are no powered sites.
WATER. There is tank water available.
Clean composting type toilets are available.
SHOWER. There are no showers. Please bring your own
CAMPFIRES. Campfires are allowed.
WOOD. Please bring some wood along.
PETS. Sorry no dogs allowed in the Myall River
There will be a combined meal on the Saturday night with a 'Valentine Day' theme. Please
dress in red & bring your meal to
the river side to be cooked on the bbq's provided by your hosts along with your
table & chairs.
ACTIVITIES include canoeing/kayaking, beach
fishing, river fishing on site & a golf course three kilometres away at Hawks
The use of the nearby national park including beach
driving requires a $7 day entry fee. Day visitors can obtain a day or annual
pass from the Great Lakes Area Office, Bulahdelah and Tea Gardens Visitor
Beach driving south of the national park from Saddlington Drive in Hawks Nest to
Lemon Tree beach access is around 3 kilometres in length & requires an annual
pass issued by the local council. They are available from the council office at
Tea Gardens in Myall Street from Monday to Friday or on Saturdays at the Tea
Gardens Tourist Information Centre, next door to the council offices or from the Hawks Nest news agency
at a cost of $45. North from Lemon Tree beach access requires a National Parks
Myall Lakes National Park
Myall Lakes http://www.greatlakes.org.au
Come sit & relax with a bunch of like minded people. Check
the mods others have done to
their camper trailers to make camping life all that more enjoyable. You might
meet as complete strangers on the Friday evening, but will part old friends such
is the camaraderie.
You do not need a camper trailer to attend. Members without a camper are more
than welcome to come along & get a first hand unbiased opinion of a particular
camper trailer from their owners. Come along & meet the faces behind the typing.
You are also very welcome to drop in for the day.
Please keep in mind that the group owners will not accept any responsibility
for members & non-members actions during the weekend get together.
If you decide to attend, it is solely at your own responsibility, including any
side trips or outings during the weekend meet.
Australian CamperTrailers Group co-owners
Rob, Kevin & Jason