Camping in South Australia

Eyre Peninsula and the West

Gunyah Beach, Coffin Bay

Coffin Bay National Park

Camping areas are situated at Yangie Bay and Avoid Bay for 2WD travellers.  Further into the park you will need a 4WD vehicle.  Remote camp sites are situated at Black Springs, Sensation Beach, Morgan's Landing and 'The Pool'. 

Lincoln National Park

There are a number of designated camping grounds in this park, all with basic facilities.

Calpatanna Waterhole

Situated south-east of Streaky Bay, this park has designated camping areas

Laura Bay Conservation Park

On the coast to the south and east of Ceduna, this small park has remote camping.  It can be popular with locals from Ceduna.

Cactus Beach

Cactus is one of Australia's premier surfing beaches for those who know.  Situated south of Penong, west of Ceduna, camping is allowed here, but be prepared to brave the elements.

Point Bell Conservation Reserve

100 km west of Ceduna is a small park which is accessed by 4WD only.  The camping grounds have no facilities, but the beaches and headland are attractive and worth a visit.

 

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