Fishermans Point camping area
There is access for small boats from the beach here by 4WD, 24 km north-east of the park entrance off the park access road. Many sites on the headland have great views over the bay. There is walking access from here to Yachties Beach to the east, as well as along the bay.
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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