Port Julia Oval camping area

Camper trailer Camping fee Caravan access Dogs allowed Gas/electric barbecue No rubbish disposal Ranger Toilets Vehicle-based camping Boat ramp Canoeing Fishing Sailing Swimming Waterskiing

Basic community-supported camping is possible in the small coastal town of Port Julia, on the north-east coast. It’s a popular fishing and seasonal crabbing spot, 17 km north of Port Vincent off the coast road.

Information

Who to contact: Yorke Peninsula Visitor Information Centre; 1800 202 445


This campsite is located in Yorke Peninsula Reserves

At this broad array of coastal camping spots looked after by Yorke Peninsula’s local council, there’s a terrific selection of sites on all points of the compass. While they have few, if any, facilities, the bush locations are usually close to beach views and fishing spots – as well as being quiet and secluded. You need to be pretty self-sufficient, bringing your own firewood and water. You also need a permit (from the council office, or on sale in many local shops).


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