The popular Mungo Brush campground in Myall Lakes National Park will be the first in the region to introduce a new reservation system this week.
Myall Lakes National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) Great Lakes Area Manager Stephen Smith said reservations for the 78-site campground at Mungo Brush on the Bombah Broadwater will be taken from 9am Friday 1 May, with bookings available up to 12 months in advance.
“The roll-out of a state-wide standardised reservation system for a range of NPWS properties has provided us with the opportunity to introduce a reservation system into new areas like Mungo Brush,” Mr Smith said.
“Reservations enable customers to plan their stay ahead of time, providing comfort in the knowledge their reservation is secure, especially during peak season when demand is high.”
“The introduction of various easy to use booking options provides flexibility for visitors and an equal opportunity to access campgrounds and accommodation.”
“It also provides a consistent and efficient method for visitors to make payments prior to arrival.”
Mr Smith said bookings could be made up to 12 months in advance either online or by phone.
“Preferred sites can be selected using the online campground map at the time of reservation, or via phone bookings.”
“Subject to its successful implementation at Mungo Brush, the system may be implemented in other appropriate campgrounds within Myall Lakes and Booti Booti national parks.”
Mr Smith said fees collected contribute directly to the on-ground management of facilities and ensure NPWS can continue to provide these services.
Bookings can be made at Mungo Brush campground from this Friday 01 May from 9am.
For specific enquiries about Mungo Brush campground please contact the NPWS Great Lakes Area Office on 02 6591 0300.