Lake Macquarie State Conservation Area
- Blacksmiths Beach lies at the end of a 14-kilometer stretch of pristine sandy coastline. A popular beach for families and swimmers, the breakwater shields the beach from the Swansea canal. The breakwater is also a popular attraction for those wishing to take a stroll along the water.
- An exciting adventure for anyone camping near Port Macquarie, Caves Beach is home to much more than just stunning ocean views.
- Clean sands and rolling green hills are dotted with remnants of the once bustling coal mining operation at Catherine Hill Bay.
- Small and secluded, the 400-metre shoreline at Frazer Beach lies in a serene protected cove. Perfect for groups with younger campers, the calmer waters inside the cove are great for cooling down after a long day of exploring.
- An easily accessible camping region with a remote feel, camping near Birdie Beach will give you quick access to the Munmorah State Conservation Area's many walking tracks as well as the calm shores of Lake Macquarie.