Walkers Rocks Campground

Campground

4 from 94 users

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. Bookings can be made via https://www.eyrepeninsula.com/camping 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 bins at this site. It is dog friendly.

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Lat: -33.559511 Lng: 134.855649

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Our organised tribe

Great spot and absolutely gorgeous beaches, definitely drive along to the low surf as the beach is much nicer. Don't book prior to arriving as the booking system is just a permit and doesn't actually guarantee a site. There aren't many places to camp and some like to park right up next to you which defeats the purpose of a non caravan park. The $20 is fine, we've paid more for gorgeous beach sites.

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User 2560720

We stayed there again last weekend, and the campground was a real shambles. We had to bring all our rubbish home as the bins were all overflowing, there was no toilet paper in the only toilet, the toilet lights STILL dont work. It is no use providing services and charging $20 per night, when the services dont work, or are not available.

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laniandsam

Worth the money!! Access to two beautiful beaches! Crystal clear water. Worth driving down main beach, we drove for 30mins in 4wd! Quiet clean spots and access to great toilet and cold outdoor shower which was great. Only thing was windy days! Dirt/sand was kicked up everywhere, but can't be helped. Would definitely stay again!

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