Laura Bay Conservation Park


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Self-sufficient bush camping is permitted in the Laura Bay campground. Fees apply to camp in this park. Please pay for vehicle entry and book your campsite prior to arrival as self registration stations are no longer available in this park. Campsites are unpowered and suitable for tents and camper trailers. There are no facilities. Laura Bay Conservation Park represents the original vegetation that once covered South Australia's western coastline. The sheltered bay, with its tidal samphire flats and mangroves, provides ideal feeding grounds for sea birds, many of which migrate from the northern hemisphere each year. Laura Bay Conservation Park is 20km south east of Ceduna. Access is via Decres Bay Road (unsealed) or from Flinders Highway. Dogs are not permitted in this park.

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Lat: -32.242221 Lng: 133.829726

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User 2181114

Another SA ripoff camp site with a fee for no facilities.



Not sure why you have to pay. I wouldn't mind to stay and pay if there was a toilet, but no toilet?? Doesnt seem to be many toilets around in SA so far.



Parked our 17ft van at the parking, didn't even attempt to go up the narrow track where the camping sign was. We thought it was inly for tents, by the look of it. We only stayed 1 night, kids loved going to the beach following the track in the dunes along fox creek. Lots of shells at low tide. Heaps of little ants and mosquitoes but good overnighter.


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