Frequently Asked Questions
Fires are allowed in Belmont Wetlands State Park, however
The Awabakal people are the traditional owners of the Belmont Wetlands State Park Area. Awabakal descendants can obtain a free beach permit by obtaining a letter from Awabakal Aboriginal Corporation advising that they are traditional owners and this must be forwarded along with completed application form to obtain a 4WD beach permit and email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Camping in front of the dune area is the preferable spot though there are currently there are no designated camping sites, however
If you spot a camping group who leaves rubbish or waste behind you can report them to the Belmont Wetlands State Park Land Manager Board (LMB. The information needed would be the persons vehicle registration and description, the location, time, date and details on the type of rubbish left behind.
Pension and other Concessions
There are currently no concession prices of permits, including pension and large groups. People wishing to drive on the beach must pay full price for a permit.