Black River camping area
These secluded sites are nestled in coastal vegetation next to the Black River estuary. There is safe swimming at lovely Brickmakers Beach and a boat-launching ramp into the river. This large campground is part of the beautiful Peggs Beach Conservation Area, so you must bring firewood and a fire pot because campfires should not be lit on the ground. Tank water is available but should be boiled or treated for drinking. There are plenty of spaces – secluded or open – including sites that can accommodate large rigs. Turn at the sign off the Bass Hwy, 8.5 km east of the Stanley turn-off, and head along a dirt track for 700 m.
Who to contact: Parks and Wildlife, Smithton;(03) 6452 4998
This campsite is located in Peggs Beach Conservation Area
This 208 ha conservation area lies on the coast between Stanley and Rocky Cape National Park. It takes in the beachfront and coastal vegetation of the scenic Peggs Beach, from the Black River inlet to the Little Peggs Beach State Reserve. Camping is at the Peggs Beach end or beside the estuary, and with 4WD boat-launching areas at both camping sites, it is popular spot for a fishing holiday.
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