Walkers Rocks Campground


4.2 from 55 users


Walkers Rock Road, Elliston, South Australia


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Lat: -33.559511 Lng: 134.855649

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Lovely spot with nice facilities. Stayed 2 nights, great place to explore. Thank you Elliston council. Telstra and Aldi mobile barely usable.



Great campground with access to beach. Clean toilet with change table and shower. The beach has both a sheltered section near campground and waves further up. Excellent spot and well worth $10.



Campground and toilets are now closed due to coronavirus risk.


just doin it

It is a great spot but fills up quickly found a spot in the dunes were no man wants to follow bugger spoke to soon two more in had great time over drinks and nibblies



Lovely spot, kids had a ball exploring the rocks and beach. No fish for us unfortunately but still a great night had. We both had reception Telstra & Optus.



Nice spot with nice beaches. Area is clean and maintained. We have a 21ft van and it was easy. Toilets still not working. No network service at all and I'm with Telstra.


Pam Finnigan

Toilets still out of order. Here on the long weekend and can smell a campfire burning in the camp first turn left after the bins. It's really windy so don't understand how people can be so irresponsible. We love a campfire and understand the desire to light one but seriously not in these conditions and it's clearly not allowed in fire season. Beautiful spot and the beach is just lovely to drive on and watch the sunset. Spotted plenty of dolphins swimming in the bay and some whiting being caught on the sand bar. Not really a lot a people considering it's a long weekend. Plenty of spots to camp even for 20+ foot vans not just in the main car park.



Toilet currently out of order and no water in the shower!



A few seperate areas on the left as you drive in. Lots of spots and easy fit for 22ft caravan. Beautiful sunsets!



Stayed three days and used it as a base to explore the surrounding areas. Well maintained toilet. I saw the local council clean it and all the bathrooms and BBQ across the area quite frequently. So you see where the money goes. Doesn't appear to be many sites in the main area, especially if large rigs spread out rather than accomodate others. If you take the first left just after the bins, the road is a little rough but there are various secluded and sheltered spots close to the beach behind the dunes with access via walking track/ 4x4 track. However these spots aren't suited to larger setups.

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