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Sue’s Bridge Campground

Caravan Parks & Camping

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Department of Parks and Wildlife (DPaW): From midday Friday, 1 May 2020 campgrounds within national parks, reserves and State forest will be open for camping. From 18 May 2020, visitors will only be able to visit and camp within their regional boundaries. Visitors will not be able to cross regional boundaries to go camping. Facilities and services at most Parks and Wildlife Service campgrounds across the State are basic. While campgrounds will be cleaned and serviced, campers should ensure they can maintain good personal hygiene while camping by carrying their own handwashing equipment and materials. Campers are reminded that they need to be self-sufficient and follow social distancing rules. Campgrounds are not serviced to the same level as caravan parks.


Sues Bridge Campground has access to the Blackwood River for swimming and launching of canoes and kayaks for campers and other visitors.

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Sues Bridge has an undercover camp kitchen with gas barbeques, cold water taps (collected rainwater), dishwashing sinks, food preparation surfaces and picnic tables and benches.

Of the 25 individual camp sites nine are suitable for regular size camper trailers or caravans. The other 16 can accommodate tents and regular size campervans in an adjacent parking space.

Two of the tent sites, the toilets and the camp kitchen have been designed for wheelchair access.

Dogs are permitted and must be on a leash at all times.


Generators are not permitted in any part of the campground.


Campfires are usually permitted, in the provided fire rings only, between April 15 and November 30 but fire restrictions may be imposed at any time and without notice. Bring your own firewood. When fire restrictions are in place campfires must not be lit and any appliance powered by burning solid fuel must not be used. Always comply with any instructions at campgrounds and parks.

Campers´ own liquid or gas fuel barbeques, stoves and heaters can be used at any time, unless a total fire ban has been declared (see Department of Fire and Emergency Services).

No Bookings

Bookings cannot me made.

The campground, and the whole of the South West Capes area, is very popular during school holidays and weekends from October to April, particularly public holiday weekends. Be prepared with an alternative place to stay at these times in case there is no suitable site available.

$11 adult per night, $7 concession card holder per night, $3 child per night (over 5 and under 16 years)

Google Reviews

Jake Newby
We visited on week days. Very few campers...maybe 5 of the 25 plots occupied. The river was flowing well do the paddling was good, even upstream for a couple of kilometres. The level dropped about 300mm overnight but the flow was much the same. From previous visits it needs to be quite a lot lower, or one needs to be very fit, to be able to make any long return paddling trips.
Michael Braehler
If you want some time in relaxing in fishing or kayaking this the spot
Nabeel Jahangir
I little hidden...Shhhhh...dont tell anyone...Its beautiful
Jared Liddicoat
Got here straight after a huge storm place was still in good shape. Ranger was very helpful and told us the best place to launch a kayak. 11$ an night per adult which is the norm. Drop toilets where clean heaps of fire wood (although it was wet) fire rings could be bigger. 26 spots I think we had number 14 can recommend. Left on the Saturday of a long weekend because I'm the space of the Friday the whole park filled up till then we had the entire place to our self. I will never understand people that head into the bush to see how high there stereos will go.. that withstanding 4.5 stars
Ashley Smith
Such a nice spot, $11 a night per person with access to Blackwood river perfect for fishing and canoing with family.