Yellow Beaches Coastal Reserve camping area

Dogs allowed Drinking water Fire prohibited Free Gas/electric barbecue Hot showers Kiosk/restaurant/food No rubbish disposal Picnic area Picnic shelter Toilets Vehicle-based camping Boat ramp Cycling Fishing Hiking trails Lookout Sailing Swimming Walking trails

Looking out over island-dotted Franklin Sound, this small camping area is set in a coastal reserve within walking distance of the settlement of Lady Barron. Being so close to the town has its advantages; if arrangements are made, campers can fill up their water supplies and get hot showers at the nearby Furneaux Tavern, where accommodation and very good seafood counter meals are also available. From Lady Barron, head 1 km east along Franklin Pde, which becomes Pot Boil Rd. The camping area is 500 m along on the right and stays are limited to 1 night.

Information

Who to contact: Flinders Island Visitor Information Centre (03) 6359 5002; or PWS Furneaux (Flinders) Islands, Whitemark (03) 6359 2217


This campsite is located in Yellow Beaches Coastal Reserve

Yellow Beaches Coastal Reserve lies along the curving shoreline of Adelaide Bay at Flinders Island’s southernmost settlement of Lady Barron. It offers sheltered beaches, easily accessed, which are tucked in behind Little Green Island. There is safe swimming and the surroundings are pretty. There is also brilliant scenery below the waterline, so bring your camera and snorkelling gear.


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