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NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service mid-week special offer

NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) has launched a special offer to make mid-week trips the new go-to for travellers seeking some quality time in the great outdoors. 

Visitors can save 50 per cent off selected full-priced campgrounds and 25 per cent off selected full-priced cabins and cottages when booking to stay mid-week Monday – Thursday between 21 April and 16 September 2021*.

With NSW national park stays in high demand on weekends, mid-week is the ideal time to experience the unique, secluded feeling of waking up surrounded by nature, without the crowds. 

Escape for an affordable short break or embark on a longer road trip and discover the lush rainforests, pristine coast and vibrant country heritage that NSW has to offer.

Pitch a tent at Gambells Rest campground in the bushland of the Southern Highlands, Sheepstation Creek campground among World-Heritage listed rainforest on the far north coast, or beside a flowing river at Gloucester River campground at Barrington Tops.

Sleep perched on one of NSW’s most sought-after headlands at Cape Byron’s Assistant Lighthouse Keepers’ Cottages, soak up the history of the gold rush at Hill End, near Mudgee, staying in revamped heritage building Hosies, or book one of the cosy Wombeyan Caves cabins to explore underground wonders.

Discover the full list of participating campgrounds and accommodation at nswparks.info/specialoffers

To take advantage of this special offer, book now using the promo code MIDWEEK via the NPWS website.

*additional terms and conditions apply.

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