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Sunburnt Beach campground

5 Ratings

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5 Reviews

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Carly B.
1 year ago

Quiet, sound of waves puts you to sleep

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joy l.
1 year ago

Secluded and lots to explore!

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Amy E.
2 years ago

Fantastic campsites. Although you have to walk to your campsite it’s not that bad. Peaceful, relaxing and overall great spot.

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Marine H.
2 years ago

Campground only for 10 tents. Not allow to stay with a campervan or a car... But we can go to the other free camp very close

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Bianca W.
4 years ago

Huge campsites. We ended up sharing ours. You could easily fit 3x2 person tents. Fire pit, loads of sticks around to keep you warm. Best part is the beach is only a 1 min walk

Top Questions

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Beck C. 2 years ago

Can you drive you car in next to your campsite?


No, they have a locked gate by Ben R.

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Matthew 3 years ago

Can camper trailers go ?


No by Amy E.



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Caltex Lake Tabourie

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