Gravel Bay Bush Campground.

Campground

4.7 from 11 users

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COVID-19 Update - Yorke Peninsula Council has now re-opened its bush camping sites for regional travellers. Please remember that: Gatherings should be kept to 10 or less people at any time; Maintain 1.5m social distancing (1 person per 4 sqm); If you have any cold or flu symptoms, please stay home until you are well; Wash your hands often, wipe down touched surfaces and cover your coughs and sneezes; and If you are a vulnerable person (i.e. elderly of have chronic health conditions), consult your doctor before planning to travel. ---- The camps can be accessed from the road with out the turn left and right and going on the narrow winding rough road but your best to continue another couple of ks to the sign post A permit per vehicle is required to camp. Permits can be obtained online or during business hours at any of the Council offices in Maitland, Minlaton and Yorketown. Gravel Bay is located on the west coast of the foot on Berry Bay Road, 18 kilometres west of Corny Point, via Light House Road. Camping permitted on the coastal reserve, at bottom of cliff. Camping is not permitted in the Berry Bay car park areas. No mobile phone reception. No shade. 4WD only. Take all rubbish with you and leave no trace. Dogs are welcome in the camp grounds, but must be kept on a lead or under effective control at all times. It is your responsibility to ensure that you are aware of fire regulations and any bans in place. Check the Country Fire Service website - www.cfs.sa.gov.au/site/bans_and_ratings.js

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Lat: -34.935736 Lng: 136.995581

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Rach24

Great spot! Spent 2 nights, the sunsets are fab and we saw dolphins and a seal. Track down is a little tight but manageable, we got a hybrid caravan down no worries. Walk to the end to see if people are already in the dead end spot because it's annoying to turn around. No amenities. Follow us on @runaway_aussies

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our_van_days

A beautiful camp accessed for 4wd and high clearance vans. We got our 21ft van down here without lowering tyre pressure. Make sure your van is high clearance as we did loose our step which sits lower than the high clearance mark. @our_van_days

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Spalkers_westside

Lovely sunsets on turquoise pebbly beaches. Lucked out with the East winds blowing offshore. If anyone finds our Kings car camera we left it up at the Berry Bay South carpark when reviewing with the kids:/ please message me.

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