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Brown Beach

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3 Reviews

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Tash S.
10 months ago

Good facilities with toilet, shower (gold coin) and bbq area. Apparently some powered sites but we couldn’t see them. Very busy, beach not as nice as others, lots of seaweed. Some sites close to the r... Read more

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Daniel P.
1 year ago

Can get a bit noisy with semi's going to and from ferry... beautiful spot though.. beach walk is nice

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Julia A.
3 years ago

Nice place with many spots with powered and unpowered sites. Unpowered cost $17 a night and a power site $27 a night. You can pay this at a machine (looks like a parking ticket machine) either with coins! Or credit card. Showers are available for extra $2 for 5mins of water supply. Drip toilets are okay and not smelly. There is also a BBQ area.

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Alexandra F. 2 years ago

Does it require booking?



4022 Hog Bay Road,
Dudley West,
South Australia

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American River

4.98 km

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