Bournda National Park camping area is located at Hobart Beach, adjacent to Wallagoot Lake. School groups pitch tents in the school camping bay not far from the large shelter shed.
The shelter shed at the Hobart Beach camping area can cater for large numbers of students. The shelter is large enough for over 100 students to gather together under its roof for meals, meetings or emergency shelter. A number of picnic tables are scattered inside the shed. Note: this shelter is a public amenity in a public camping ground.
A kitchen is located in one corner of the shelter shed equipped with two sets of gas burners. A barbeque flat plate sits on one set of burners. A large trestle table is also supplied. A lockable storage cupboard is built into the kitchen area for school groups to use.
For information on what to bring, what is supplied and the facilities at the Camping area: Gear Camping area
Note: These accommodation facilities are located in the National Park and are managed by NPWS. There is no electricity or drinking water provided as the sites are for basic camping. Further information about the campsite can be found at the NSW National Parks and Wildlife website.