Carcase Rock camping area
There are 2 bush campsites in this small campground, south of the September Beach camping area. It is secluded and well sheltered in the coastal tea tree, near a beautiful beach. There is a walking track from here heading north to Yachties Beach, and on to either Fishermans Point or September Beach. It is not accessible for caravans.
Who to contact: Parks SA Port Lincoln (08) 8688 3111
This campsite is located in Lincoln National Park
Within easy reach of Port Lincoln, this many-faceted peninsula feels like a land apart. It’s home to some of SA’s finest beaches and coastal camping. As well as having fish to catch and beaches to swim from, the park is a priceless bushland refuge for native wildlife and seabirds, and plenty of sea lions and dolphins. The storm-ravaged southern shore has dramatic scenery, with a history to match. The camping areas are for self-sufficient campers equipped with firewood and water; permits are required. Some heritage accommodation is also available for rent in the park. For keen bushwalkers, the Investigator Trail is the highlight of the park; it can be done as a multi-day walk, or shorter sections can be completed as day or overnight walks.
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