Murray Lagoon Camp Ground


4.6 from 5 users


Located within Cape Gantheaume Conservation Park, Murray Lagoon campground is an ideal location to for star watching, magical sunrises and sunsets. The perfect stepping stone for exploring the South Coast of the island, including the nearby Seal Bay Conservation Park. Enjoy and explore the three walking trails located close by the campground, Timber Creek Walk, Bald Hill Walk and Curley Creek Hike. Access: 2WD and 4WD. Suitable for tents, camper trailers and caravans. Also facilitates large school groups (30+ persons). This newly constructed campground has facilities including a camp shelter with a gas barbecue, picnic tables, 4 communal fire pits and long drop toilet facilities. Number of campsites: 8 allocated camp sites, partly shaded. Electricity: unpowered

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Lat: -35.905634 Lng: 137.454327

User Reviews


User 1999969

Great spot excellent layout with nice flat sites brought an 8m motorhome and she slotted great into site 8 room for an army. Great facilities and nice and quiet would highly recommend! You will also be lucky enough to see the resident peacocks and bush chooks



Stayed here last night in an attempt to hide from the windy weather! Unfortunately hard to escape on the whole island but managed to shelter behind some trees in site 8. As others said wouldn't recommend for tents as the ground is quite hard, perfect for campers and pop top tents As others said this is brand new, great BBQ shelter facilities with a gas BBQ and hob which was fabulous. Super clean toilets as well. We were the only ones there last night! Would be a great spot if the wind died down.


User 2929760

Brand new, quite dusty camp spots. Very quiet and peaceful, not much out there but a great location for visiting the south of the island.


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