Boat Ramp Camping Area
The Boat Ramp camping area offers a unique and rugged coastal camping experience for outdoor enthusiasts who seek adventure along the waterfront.
Facilities & Amenities
Suitable For Tents
1) Open fires: Camp fires are permitted in above-ground fire containers only (except when fire bans apply). Gas and fuel stoves are preferred and recommended.
2) Generators: Not permitted.
Things to know
Visitors must have high clearance 4WD vehicles to access the Boat Ramp camping area. This prerequisite not only ensures a thrilling ride to the site but also helps maintain its seclusion. The exact number of campsites is not predefined, but they are designed to accommodate groups of up to six people comfortably. The campsite surface consists of soft, welcoming sand, providing a comfortable and natural base for your camping activities. While this camping area provides a rustic and back-to-nature experience, it doesn't offer any specific facilities. Campers are encouraged to be self-sufficient and come prepared with all necessary supplies. Campfires are allowed, but they must be contained in above-ground fire containers. Remember to bring your own fire container, remove it when you leave (including the coals), and use existing fire sites whenever possible. To ensure a comfortable and responsible camping experience, bring your own drinking water, rubbish bags for waste disposal, and insect repellent. Keep in mind that mobile phone coverage in this area is unreliable, so be prepared for limited connectivity and enjoy the opportunity to disconnect from the digital world while immersing yourself in the natural beauty of the Boat Ramp camping area.
As the name suggests, this location is perfect for boating enthusiasts. With easy access to the boat ramps, you can embark on aquatic adventures and explore the nearby waters. While camping here, you'll be treated to stunning ocean views and cool coastal breezes that create a serene and relaxing environment. Fishing enthusiasts will appreciate the abundant opportunities to cast a line and try their luck in the nearby waters.