Skippy Rock camping area

4WD Camping fee Day use fee Fire prohibited No dogs/pets No rubbish disposal Picnic area Ranger Toilets Vehicle-based camping Fishing Swimming

Skippy Rock camping area is in a well-protected environment of coastal scrub overlooking the ocean, in an area offering activities such as fishing and swimming. Access is 4 km off Springdale Rd, off the South Coast Hwy west of Esperance; a 4WD is required. Skippy Rock is 4 km from the park boundary. Bring a gas/fuel stove and drinking water.


Who to contact: DEC Stokes National Park (08) 9076 8541; or DEC Esperance (08) 9083 2100

This campsite is located in Stokes National Park

Stokes National Park is on the coast an hour west of Esperance, protecting Stokes Inlet and its surrounding heathland. The largest estuary in the region, and the only one with reasonably deep water, the inlet is a haven for waterbirds and a popular spot for canoeing and birdwatching. The fishing is excellent too, with black bream, salmon and King George whiting the main catch.

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