Shoreham Foreshore Reserve camping area

Camper trailer Camping fee Drinking water Gas/electric barbecue Hot showers No dogs/pets Picnic area Picnic shelter Ranger Special campsite Toilets Vehicle-based camping Boat ramp Canoeing Fishing Sailing Swimming Walking trails

You can camp all year long at this restful foreshore reserve. Take long walks along the nearby cliffs, cool off in the waters of Western Port, or spend the afternoon sampling fine vintages at a local winery. There’s a boat ramp off Beach Rd, though you’ll need a 4WD to reach it across some sand. The reserve is off the Prout–Webb Rd in Shoreham.


How to book: bookings essential; (03) 5989 8325

This campsite is located in Shoreham Foreshore Reserve

The sleepy town of Shoreham is on the south-eastern edge of Mornington Peninsula, facing Phillip Island and its famous penguins across a channel of Western Port. The town’s foreshore reserve is a comfortable, relaxing spot for a bit of camping – swimming, fishing and boating round out the activities in the area. The Frankston–Flinders Rd will get you here from the Moorooduc Hwy.

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