From rugged campers to casual caravaners, the ruins campground in booti booti national park is the perfect spot for nearly anyone.
A beautiful open area fringed by cabbage tree palms and paperbarks, it has everything you need, from picnic tables and bbq's to hot showers and drinking water. But the real charm lies in what’s nearby.
Don’t forget your swimmers – whether you prefer the beach or a sheltered lake, both are just a stone’s throw away. Seven Mile Beach offers gorgeous sand and whale watching in the winter. Wallis Lake is perfect for relaxing beneath a tree or launching the kayak for a cool afternoon paddle.
You can even hike along the Booti Hill/Lakeside walking track, which includes scenic lookouts and a direct link to Elizabeth Beach - perfect for surfing and seasonally patrolled.
Keep your eyes open for graceful shore birds along the challenging walk. But if all else fails and you just feel like taking time out relaxing with a coffee and a newspaper, the ruins campground is also an easy drive from cafes in Pacific Palms.
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