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Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park

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The Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park [1] is a bushland reserve in the very north of the Sydney area in the Australian state of New South Wales, close to Sydney's Northern Beaches

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  • The Basin Campground, Contact the National Parks and Wildlife staff. ph 02 9974 1011. fax 02 9974 4036. email northern.beaches@npws.nsw.gov.au. Booking is essential. This campground is near West Head on Pittwater. This is the national park's only campground. The campground is accessible by ferry from Palm Beach wharf or by water taxi from many local wharves. You can also drive or cycle to West Head and walk to the campground (2.8 kilometres). The campground has drinking water, toilets and cold showers. There is a $10 per night fee for adults and $5 per night fee for children.
  • Pittwater YHA, Halls Wharf. ph 02 9999 5748. fax 02 9999 5749. email pittwater@yhansw.org.au. This quiet hostel is accessible only by ferry. There are lots of local bushwalking and kayaking opportunities. Dorm beds $23 per night. Double or twin rooms $60 per night. [2]

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