Walkers Rocks Campground

Campground

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Description

Part of the Lake Newland Conservation Park, Walkers Rock offers you the opportunity to swim, snorkel, surf and fish on one of the longest beaches on the West Coast. Assorted sites are set among the dunes and are suitable for all sizes of recreational vehicle. Permits are $10 per vehicle per night and can be obtained at the self registration station on site, from the Elliston Community & Visitor Information Centre or the District Council of Elliston customer service counter. 4WD access to the beach is available for those experienced drivers. Please check conditions prior to entering the beach. Facilities include toilets and showers. There are NO bins at this site. It is dog friendly.

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Location

Lat: -33.559511 Lng: 134.855649

User Reviews

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AnnCulph

We have enjoyed our stay at $10 a night. The fertilities are clean and a bonus outdoor shower and plenty of garbage bins. We have stayed three nights and only about six caravans in at anyone time. Plenty of room. Do yourself a favour and drive the coastal and sculpture drive well worth the drive and not far from the camp

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Ozkim

Very disappointed with the stupid people who leaves tuna next to the shower 30 bees turning next to the shower impossible to use, clean toilet

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User 2383378

Beautiful beach! Camped just for one night in a lovey spot. Pretty quiet. Great new flushing toilet. Wonderful

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RiverRun2020

Lovely area. 2 big areas to camp. We tucked away on our own and only 2 others in the larger area near the toilets. So very secluded for us and out of the wind. Beautiful beaches just amazing white sand and clean. The cleanest we've seen so far. Stunning! Def recommend if it's not too busy.

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tommac3182

We didnt end up staying here and it was literally like a trailer park. Not very inviting and you dont even get views of the water and the flies were horrific.

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KenDg

Stayed for 2 nights Pros : new flushing toilet, outdoor cold shower, baby change table inside the toilet, near the beach. Cons: mozzies

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Annied

Quiet spot, nice to tuck into the Sandhills for a camp. Also nice to have a good toilet not far away. Lovely beach.

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JoandMark2020

We loved this spot except for the flies. They were really bad the night we were there and a few of them travelled to the next spot with us. Apart from that though it was totally beautiful

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Travel Oz

Lovely spot, beautiful beach just a short walk away, lovely new toilets with cold outdoor shower

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User 1962556

Such a beautiful spot

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