Fishermans Point Campground

Campground

4.5 from 33 users

Description

Campsites need to be booked and paid for prior to arrival. Located in the Lincoln National Park, Fishermans Point Campground is an open campground with some shade on the sheltered waters of Spalding Cove. This campground has allocated camping areas for up to 19 vehicles. The sites are unpowered and suitable for; caravans, campers or tents. Toilets are located in the centre of campground. The length of stay in any one campsite is limited to 5 days. Dogs are not permitted in this park.

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Location

Lat: -34.756546 Lng: 135.985819

User Reviews

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Sue And John

We were worried about road access as we have an older motorhome. The last 7-10kms is a rutted and potholed gravel road but we took it slowly and we were okay. There have been lots of complaints about the terrible rocky entry to Fisherman's Point but that has been upgraded and is really good. There are also two new toilets that are really good and new steps down to the beach. This is an absolutely beautiful spot. Well worth a visit. Sites 10,11,12,13, 14,15,16 have great views. Take note of the wind. If it's an wind onshore wind it is very exposed.

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Gayed

We stayed on 7 for 3 nights. Large site, own fire pit. Fabulous views of the beach, private and sheltered. Absolutely loved it and would stay here again in a heartbeat. Short walk to toilets and the beach. We have a large 10m. Van and we fitted easily without unhitching. Though we had to come in the opposite way to back in. Toilets were really clean, whole campsite was clean. Other sites since this one don't come close.

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Lettheadventuresbegin

A beautiful spot to pull up for a couple of days, even in a site without 'water views' you still have a great outlook. Sunsets and sunrises are amazing. Facilities great too, new and very clean. Beware of native rats/mice running around, something was in our canopy and engine bay early this morning! Not a great sound to wake up to. We have just had the car at the mechanic, the rats ate through wiring in the engine bay and caused a lot of damage, FYI

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