Seal Rocks. Should be a secret because it's too good to share.
The caravan park was really great and the camping sites were large. Our neigbours were all really freindly, and the roadways are smooth for all the kids to scoot on. The camp kitchen is really really good (with a TV if you're into that sort of thing), a kettle, toaster, microwave, fridge and good cooking facilities, and clean. The office have ice and ice creams, the bathrooms were perfect.
The condition of the park is shared by the managers, but also the users, so please, if you visit, respect it and your neighbours. This place is an unspoilt beauty. There is no pub or restaurant, just the beautiful pristine beaches. You can walk over the headland and get a coffee or a few items at the convenience store or visit the next beach. If you want to get away from it all, this is it!
The only downside of our visit in December 2016 was that in the night a couple of young fellows decided it would be fun to come and steal alcohol out of people's eskys. I generally lock up my gear at night beause of possums etc, so had no dramas but quite a few others lost wine, bourbon, beer ect.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking