Facilities & Attractions

About the Campsite

  • Large grassed park on Dalmeny Headland.
  • Powered and unpowered sites, catering for everyone from campers to big rigs.
  • Modern clean amenities with hot showers, disabled access, and baby change and bath area.
  • Laundry with coin operated washing machines, clothes dryers and clothes lines.
  • Dump point near amenities block.
  • Dishwashing sinks at amenities block.
  • Campfires allowed with minor restrictions. Firewood can be purchased on site.
  • Ice and drinks available from office.
  • IGA supermarket with petrol and gas refills, café, takeaway, hairdresser and newsagents across the road.
  • Playground in park across the road.
  • Dogs welcome provided on a leash and well behaved.
  • Mobile phone reception.

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Dalmeny Activities

  • Relax, do nothing but enjoy the view.
  • Swim and surf. Dalmeny Beach is patrolled over summer.
  • Snorkel, kayak and other watersports.
  • Beach and lake fishing.
  • Boating – ocean and lake access boat ramps nearby.
  • Walk or cycle along the coastal path from Dalmeny to Narooma (about 7km one way) – interpretative signs along the way.
  • Bushwalking, including Eurobodalla National Park and state forest.
  • Dog walking (see office for a list of pet friendly beaches nearby).

Attractions Around Dalmeny

  • Charters from Narooma:
    Whale watching cruises (late September – November);
    Ocean fishing charters;
    Montague Island Tours – Half-day tours to Montague Island Nature Reserve to see seals, Little Penguins and other nesting birds in season and historic lightstation. Overnight tours can be arranged; and
    Wagonga Inlet cruises.
  • See main stream and art house films in the heritage listed Narooma Kinema www.naroomacinemas.com.
  • Explore historic villages of Central Tilba and Tilba Tilba www.tilba.com.au.
  • Explore historic Bodalla, birthplace of Australia’s commercial cheese industry.

Dalmeny History

The property was named ‘Dalmeny’ in early 1880s by Sydney businessman William Mort after his Eton school friend Lord Dalmeny; he was British Prime Minister (1894-95). William was a son of Thomas Mort who established Bodalla Estate to the north in 1860.

Dalmeny has been both a dairy and a sheep farm, but the 1920s saw adventurous holidaymakers venturing to Dalmeny and camping by Mummaga Lake. Many campers loved Dalmeny so much, they built homes here and stayed.