A freshly refurbished campground has just reopened in the Royal National Park, and you can take your caravan.


Bonnie Vale campground, less than a five minute drive from the centre of Bundeena at the northern end of the national park, has reopened this week after undergoing a $2.5 million facelift. 

New picnic shelters and BBQs, as well as fresh lawn areas, are open for public day use at the Bonnie Vale Picnic Area right by the water and Deeban Sand Spit. 

The campground itself now has new power outlets at 44 campsites, a fresh shower and amenities block, as well as a dedicated camping area for educational and community group bookings.  



Sitting at the northern end of Royal National Park, Bonnie Vale campground gives prime access to the Jibbon Track, the northern trailhead of the Coast Track, as well as Simpson’s Bay and the Hacking River. 

The campground is particularly family-friendly and can accommodate powered and unpowered tents, as well as powered and unpowered camper trailers, caravans, and campervans. 

Bookings are open now.

Prices for unpowered sites start at $34 a night for one tent (or trailer/caravan/campervan) and two people, plus a booking fee and an extra $17 for every additional person. 

Powered sites start at $40 a night for two people, with an extra $20 for additional people. 


Feature photo by Destination NSW