Helen De La Perrelle, campsite manager, Aircamper since September 2018
This listing has been verified by the campsite manager and was last updated June 2020.
Mikkira Station Koala Sanctuary0 RatingsShowers Allows fires
5.1 km's away
Port Lincoln Tourist Park10 RatingsPets Allowed Drinking Water BBQ Areas Powered sites Swimming
17.2 km's away
Axel Stenross Maritime Museum1 RatingPets Allowed Swimming
17.4 km's away
Port Lincoln Caravan Park North Shields7 RatingsPets Allowed Drinking Water BBQ Areas Powered sites Swimming
22.1 km's away
Port Lincoln Lions Hostel0 RatingsDrinking Water Showers
22.5 km's away
Beautiful beach and sheltered area for parking
Large area. Flat sites. Toilets. Short walk to beach. About a 4klm. dirt road at the end. Not corrugated though. Room for over 20 Vans.
20 caravans would have to be extremely close to each other to fit in the public car park area. The land surrounding the car park is/was fenced off (except where it has been vandalised) from private property. Free campers need to think and research carefully about legalities and location of having a campfire but more importantly about causing bushfires. There is no water easily accessible for drinking or firefighting purposes.
Fishery Bay Rd,
- Listing type
Port Lincoln16.01 km
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