|Campers' own generators may be used at some campgrounds. They may only be used between 8am and 9pm unless otherwise indicated (different operating hours apply in some places).|
|Generators may not be used at any time at some campgrounds.|
|A small number of larger campgrounds have separate generator and 'quiet' (no generator) areas.|
When choosing a portable power supply, consider the noise and other emissions of various generators and whether an alternative, such as solar, is viable.
If you do operate a generator you must be considerate of other visitors and the environment at all times and:
position it closer to you than to other campers
ensure cords do not cross areas used by other visitors
keep running time to a minimum
keep a clear space (at least 3m) around the generator
never leave a running generator unattended
Generators must not be used on TOTAL FIRE BAN DAYS (see Department of Fire and Emergency Services)
If you need a generator to operate a disability aid for medical purposes you may apply for exemption from general restrictions on their use - contact us.
|No campgrounds have electrical power supply to camp sites|