about the campground

Dalmeny Campground is one of the most relaxed and beautiful campgrounds on Australia’s east coast, great for family holidays or just a quiet weekend away.

It has absolute beach frontage with stunning views over the ocean to the north stretching along Dalmeny Beach and Eurobodalla National Park to Potato Point. As one happy camper said, ‘you can check the surf from your bed’.

To the west, the campground overlooks the entrance to Mummaga Lake.

Dalmeny Campground is pet friendly (conditions apply).

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.

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