The Stringybark campground is located in the Deep Creek Conservation Park. This beautiful location is surrounded by native Australian flora and fauna and features many different bushwalking trails to explore.
This campground has sixteen campsites that vary in size. All are unpowered, and some can accommodate more tents and cars than others. The campsites also have their own designated fire pads. You can read a description of each site when making a booking to see what is suitable for your requirements. All bookings for the campsites will need to be made in advance on this website. The campsites are all surrounded by trees and so there is a good amount of shade and wind protection for tents. All campsites are only a short walk to the facilities.
The Stringybark campground has the best facilities in Deep Creek. It is a great campground for families with kids, and people who are more into glamping. The campground has toilets, a kitchen sink for dishes, a rainwater tap, and even HOT showers.
There are a lot of different choices for bushwalks around the conservation park ranging from easy to medium and hard, depending on your abilities. Some you can begin straight from the campsite, and others will require a short drive. Great bushwalks to enjoy from the Stringybark campground are the Stringbark Loop Walk, the Spring Wildflower Walk, and the Forest Circuit Walk. These all showcase different parts of the conservation park and you will most likely spot a few kangaroos, birds, sheep, and if you're luck an echidna. You can also enjoy some beautiful native plants, and views of the hills or ocean.
You can camp at the campground for a maximum of 5 nights. Fires are only allowed at designated times of year and you will need to bring your own firewood. No pets are allowed in the park. Mountain bikes are allowed, however they can only be used on vehicle roads.
The Stringybark Campground is a great location to unplug, and experience nature at its best in the picturesque Deep Creek Conservation Park.