Mueller River campground has eight campsites, three of which are walk-in sites only, with access from the parking area. The camp is on the shores …
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Mueller Inlet Camp
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Mueller River campground has eight campsites, three of which are walk-in sites only, with access from the parking area.
The camp is on the shores of Mueller Inlet and overlooks the inlet to the river mouth and ocean. The campsites are protected by a dune system covered in Banksia Woodland and Heath.
Motorised vessels are not permitted on Mueller Inlet.
Toilets are provided in all campgrounds.
Camping fees apply.
Advance bookings are required for the Summer and Easter holiday. Bookings are by ballot and application forms are required.
During off peak periods, campsites operate on a first come, first served basis and payment is made to honesty boxes on site.
Bookings for the Mueller Inlet campground should be made direct to the Point Hicks Lighthouse on (03) 5158 4268 or visit www.pointhicks.com.au
Assistant Lightkeepers cottages are available at both Point Hicks and Gabo Island Lightstation Reserves. The nearby towns of Cann River and Mallacoota also offer campgrounds and motel accommodation.
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