Troubridge Hill camping area

Camper trailer Camping fee Caravan access Dogs allowed No rubbish disposal Ranger Vehicle-based camping Fishing

The rugged limestone shore on the peninsula’s southern ‘heel’ was the scene of many a historic shipwreck. Nearby is the distinctive clay-brick Troubridge Hill Lighthouse. Camping is permitted all along the coastal reserve beside Diamond Lake Rd, South Coast Rd and Troubridge Point Dr. The varied coastline includes beaches, bluffs and extensive reef platforms. You’ll find it 19 km south of Yorketown and 15 km south-west of Edithburgh.


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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