Murray Lagoon camping area

Camper trailer Camping fee Caravan access Disabled Drinking water Fire prohibited Information No dogs/pets No rubbish disposal Picnic area Ranger Toilets Vehicle-based camping Nature walk Walking trails

The island’s largest freshwater lagoon is a peaceful haunt for birdwatchers, nature photographers and wildflower enthusiasts, especially after winter rains. The camping area is off Seagers Rd, 46 km south of Kingscote. Cooking is gas/fuel stove only.

Information

Who to contact: Parks SA (08) 8553 4444


This campsite is located in Cape Gantheaume Conservation Park

This vast chunk of coastal heath, dune hollows and mallee is mostly untracked wilderness. Coastal headlands and beaches overlook D’Estrees Bay, while experienced bushwalkers occasionally trek to the cape itself. Nearby Murray Lagoon is the island’s largest freshwater enclosure and a great place to spot birds, while Seal Bay Conservation Park is a world-famous haven for Australian sea lions. Get your permits from the Murray Lagoon ranger station.


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