Parking boat at Pebbly Beach Murramarang

Submitted: Friday, Feb 12, 2016 at 01:26
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We're planning to camp at Murramarang NP South Coast NSW (Pebbly Beach campsite) and want to launch a boat at Batemans Bay. Does anyone have any experience getting a boat into and parking it at Pebbly Beach? We're tenting it, the last time we were there we didn't bring the boat.

Could you park it there, and is there an adequate turning circle or drive through / loop to get in and out when towing a boat?

I would appreciate any input, the campsite staff thought that the tight turns and the turning bay in Pebbly Beach may be an issue. The road through the NP should not be an issue. The road and parking at Pebbly Beach may be though.

We have a van towing a boat which is approx. 6m in length.

Another option is to tow a small 3 - 3.5m length dinghy, that is not preferred since I'll have to buy them a dinghy and trailer.

Thanks in advance,
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Reply By: vk1dx - Friday, Feb 12, 2016 at 08:07

Friday, Feb 12, 2016 at 08:07
It has been years since I went there but try the NP site for info. They say it is 2WD access so unless you are towing the Queen Mary I think that you shouild be okay. But just in case ask them.

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Reply By: Geobserver - Friday, Feb 12, 2016 at 10:38

Friday, Feb 12, 2016 at 10:38

I am a regular around the Durras, Depot and Pebbly Beach area. The road in is all sealed and in good condition. You have to drop down a steep hill to get into Pebbly Beach camp site itself, but you should be fine. You will likely need to take up all the road around some tight narrow bends but just keep a lookout for other cars. The camp area itself is a one-way loop so you probably won't need to turn the car and boat around. The bigger issue is room to park as the sites are comparatively small, so you may need to unhook and pop the boat in the larger car park. Very safe to do so.

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Friday, Feb 12, 2016 at 12:29
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