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Hidden Creek Campsite is a beautiful natural campsite, family owned, run and loved, located on the banks of the Currambene Creek.

It is just the most perfect place to come to relax.

Why not read that book you have been wanting to pick up, but never found the time, throw a fishing line in the creek, or just spend quality time with loved ones. 

For the more enthusiastic, take a kayak out from our very own boat ramp and head down into Huskisson for lunch. Oh, and don’t forget to bring your bikes, scooters and outdoor games.

In addition to our secluded powered and unpowered campsites, we also offer a variety of beautiful cabin accommodation scattered around the campsite to suit all budgets and needs.

With Huskisson only 5 kms down the road (a 5 min drive), you are on the edge of the beautiful white sands of the Shoalhaven.  Jervis Bay and the pristine surrounding areas has so much to offer for everyone.

So many experiences in just one destination.

Whether it is a week, a weekend or just overnight, you will not be disappointed.

So what are you waiting for, come and stay with us!  We very much look forward to welcoming you soon.


Kevin & Tracey

(& Our Resident Peacocks, Chickens & Ducks!)


Facilities for our campers include:


  • open camp fires on every site -  camp fires available also for our cabin guests to utilise down in the campground

  • amenities with flushing toilets, hot showers - $1.00 coins are required to operate our hot water showers (4mins).  This helps us to reduce waste, as we store and treat the water on site.  It also ensures we have enough hot water for everyone

  • launderette/communal washing line

  • several shelters and picnic areas scattered around the campsite

  • communal kitchen with hot/cold running water, toasters, kettles and free gas BBQ’s

  • kayak and stand up paddle board hire

  • great family games to borrow - including Giant Jenga, Finska, Bocce and more...

  • we sell wood, icecream, ice and bait and other essentials in our little shop


In addition to your camping equipment, we recommend you bring the following:

  • torches for ‘Possum & Bandicoot spotting’

  • binoculars - so much wild bird life to discover & observe

  • fishing rods - fish 'a plenty' in our creek 

  • marshmallows to toast over the campfire

  • insect repellent

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