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Well laid out camping spot, not too many people and short walk to beach for a swim.(November - no stingers), in beach break and rock pool at low tide. Good toilets and fireplaces. Ideal camping spot. Road in from North has a few soft patches...More
We went for a little afternoon 4WD on the track into Deepwater National Park. We are beginners and found it really good. There are parts that are sandy but they weren’t too torn up for us with a 4X4. It’s easy to drive down to...More
Just go and take everything in, mother nature at her very best! Beautiful ! Perfect dream location for beach and bush lovers.
Take your surf boards . Bush camping at its best .
Taking all your camping gear food and drinking water rubbish bags repellent...More
You will need a 4wd..... lovely secluded beaches, beautiful unspoilt bush and a few wild animals! There’s some walking involved but it’s worth it. Great camping areas, bbqs and tables/chairs and amenities at Wreck rock.
Wow! Access via 4wd is a little challenging at times but well worth it to access these amazing secluded beaches (Flat rock, middle rock, wreck rock). We pretty much had the place to our selves and it is gorgeous! Water was beautiful and blue, water...More
Drive there can be a touch rough but its the reason why people go to this location for the seclusion in comparison to other beaches during peak season. If you like to explore, dive or fish rocky locations this one will satisfy you. Picnic, towel...More
There are a few camping spots in this park. If I recall correctly when you drive into the park they are signposted. I too love Inskip Point but this area is quite different. No cars are allowed on the beaches. Camp spots... More
There are a few camping spots in this park. If I recall correctly when you drive into the park they are signposted. I too love Inskip Point but this area is quite different. No cars are allowed on the beaches. Camp spots are tucked away in the bush and you have to walk to the beach.