Score 25% Off Your Camping Getaway At National Parks Across NSW

Cool Sh*t, Play, Sydney / 16 March 2020

Escape to the great outdoors and get 25% off your next camping getaway at NSW National Parks.

With so much uncertainty in Australia’s major cities due to the outbreak of COVID-19, the idea of heading out to the wilderness might sound like an appealing antidote. Because who wouldn’t want to escape the chaos of the cities for a few nights lapping up the beauty of Australia’s natural wonders? And in great news for adventurers and nature lovers, you can do just that for a discounted rate over the next few months.

The team from NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) is putting on a special discount for campers across the state, inviting punters to reconnect with nature across NSW. Using the promo code ‘LoveNSW’, visitors can save 25% off the full price of selected campgrounds for stays between 4 March and 24 September 2020. The catch? You’ll need to book online before the end of March to redeem this epic offer.

The promotion comes off the back off a tough summer season, with an unprecedented bushfire season causing many national parks across the country to close their gates. Whether you’re looking to revisit your favourite holiday spot, discover a new destination or give camping a crack for the first time, now is the perfect time to take advantage of this discount. Plus, with locations across the state taking part you’ll be sure to find a destination to suit your style of camping.

So, where can you head to take advantage of this offer? Drive to the North Coast to visit Woody Head campground in the Bundjalung National PArk or visit the secluded Broughton Island campground in Myall Lakes National Park. Swing by the Central Coast and pitch a tent at Little Beach campground in Bouddi National Park or visit the bush Euroka Campground in the Glenbrook area of the Blue Mountains National Park.

Plus, flock to Country NSW for a trip to the gold rush-era town of Hill End (near Bathurst) at their Village campground. Or why not visit the South Coast’s Ben Boyd National Park (with various campgrounds set to reopen in late March 2020).

To browse the full list of 25% off campgrounds and to check opening dates, click here.