Black Springs camping area

4WD Camping fee No dogs/pets No rubbish disposal Picnic area Ranger Toilets Vehicle-based camping Wood fireplace Canoeing Fishing Swimming Walking trails

This is a well-protected headland site with a private shell beach below. Swim, fish off the rocks, take the walking trail to Black Springs Well or make the longer trek across the peninsula for views of the rugged south coast and Black Rocks. This is a great spot to take out a canoe or kayak, and dolphins are frequently seen just offshore. In calm conditions, snorkelling is good along the beach and rocks. Access is signposted off the main park road, 28 km north-west of ranger headquarters. Bring a stove, permit, firewood and water.


Who to contact: Parks SA Port Lincoln (08) 8688 3111 

This campsite is located in Coffin Bay National Park

A 4WD is the best way to enjoy everything this far-flung peninsula has to offer. Its southern beaches and limestone bluffs are wave-lashed and wild, but along the north side a series of broad, sheltered bays are ideal for swimming and canoeing. Meanwhile, the shores around distant Point Sir Isaac and beyond are wonderfully isolated and untrodden.

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