Carcase Rocks 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.

Unspoiled beaches and coastal mallee. Sheltered behind the fore dunes, a walking trail weaves through coastal mallee to an unspoiled beach. This campground offers seclusion among the coastal tea tree, however the site is an uneven surface with minimal shade and wind protection. Access 4WD only. Suitable for tents, off-road camper trailers. Facilities, nil. Campfires allowed (seasonal fire restrictions apply). Number of campsites, allocated 3 campsites. Electricity, unpowered.

Generator use is permitted in this campground (9am - 9pm)

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

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Park Entry Fee - Campers $12.00
per vehicle, per stay - from

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