Fisherman Point Campground - Lincoln National Park

National Park - South Australia


Boating, fishing, beachcombing, swimming, bird watching, whale watching and nature walks are all popular activities in this park. A variety of designated campgrounds in the park offer easy access to the beaches, bays and walking trails.

Lincoln National Park overlooks Boston Bay, the largest natural harbour in Australia, with granite headlands, sheltered bays and scenic offshore islands. On the southern side of the park are the massive, wind-sculpted sand dunes of the Sleaford-Wanna dune system and the pounding surf of the Southern Ocean.

This is an open campground situated on the sheltered waters of Spalding Cove, however there is minimal shade and wind protection. This campground has unallocated camping for twelve vehicles and is accessible only by 4WD. Access 4WD only. Suitable for tents, off-road camper trailers and off-road caravans. Facilities, long-drop toilet. Campfires allowed (seasonal fire restrictions apply). Number of campsites, unallocated - maximum of 15 vehicles. Electricity, unpowered.

Generator use is permitted in all campgrounds (9am - 9pm)

Wood fires and solid fuel fires are prohibited during fire danger season (usually 1 November - 15 April).

This is our pick of the campsites along the northern coast of Lincoln National Park. The road in is unsealed but suitable for 2 wheel drive. I'm pretty sure even a big rig would have no problems here, though I don't have one so not sure of their limitations. The sites are sand over flat rock; with extra care you can find plenty of flat areas. There are half a dozen good sites on the cliff edge overlooking the little bay and beach. Generally very quiet spot though weekends see a few more here. Locals drive onto the beach through a very soft sand access point (4WD Only). Toilets cleaned regularly; no water available.
Park Entry Fee - Campers $12.00
Per vehicle, per stay - from

Camping Fee $12.50
Per Site, per night (2 Adults) - from