The Pool camping area
Nestled in the lee of distant Point Sir Isaac, this site for self-sufficient campers has a real ‘out there’ feeling. Being the northern side of the peninsula, the bay here is a protected haven for swimming, surfing and fishing. At every point of the compass there are dramatic headlands and deserted beaches to discover. You can walk along the beach and rocks out towards Point Sir Isaac from here. Plenty of 4WD tracks also give access to the far-western end of the peninsula, with amazing views over the sea from the bluffs above Mullalong Beach. This location is especially picturesque at sunset. The camp is 53 km north-west of the park HQ, with access by 4WD via Seven Mile Beach or by boat.
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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