Sensation Beach camping area
Named after a tuna boat that ran aground here, this is a wonderfully isolated arc of crashing waves and dazzling sand. A popular base for beach fishing, these dune sites for self-sufficient campers are also on the doorstep to wilderness walks exploring the dramatic cliffs and coves near Boarding House Bay and Cape Whidbey. The beach is 49 km north-west of the ranger HQ with 4WD access via Seven Mile Beach. A permit is required.
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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