Walkers Rocks Campground

Private Campground - South Australia


A part of the Lake Newland Conservation Park, Walker’s Rock offers visitors the opportunity to swim, snorkel, surf and fish on one of the longest beaches on the west coast. (Access onto the beach is by 4WD - experienced drivers only).  The basic camping area is located at the southern end of the each.  There are plenty of sites for any sized rig tucked behind the dunes.  

CMCA 90660 Caroline and Malcolm Walkers Rocks camp-site is a little gem, fantastic beach walks, clean and well maintained toilet. Must be self-contained, no water or dump site. Short drive north of Elliston which has all you need. Beach fishing and launch tinny from the beach if you want. Beach can be soft though. Room for all sized rigs and plenty of out the way camp spots

Great spot on the beach. Plenty of room and nice feel about it.

Clean toilet, bins on site good road in. Great beach. Powdery dust underfoot only drawback of lovely bush camp.

Just a lovely location and pristine facilities provided by the council. please use honesty box.
Unpowered Site $10.00
Per site, per night (2 adults)