Point Lowly Beach

Day Use Area

4 from 1 users


Sida Cove, Whyalla, South Australia



The Point Lowly beach is just a 20-minute drive from Whyalla (about 34kms) on a sealed road. It offers beautiful views of the gulf, coastline, and across to the Southern Flinders Ranges. Dolphins and birdlife often frequent the waters, while the rocky shoreline is popular for fishing, sightseeing, or a relaxing and leisurely stroll. Facilities include a breakwater and an all-weather concrete double boat ramp with a floating walkway between the ramps and solar lighting. Located near the boat ramp is a playground and toilet facilities these include disabled access toilets and cold showers. The Point Lowly Beach is a popular spot for a days outing - toilet facilities (including disabled toilets), and cold outside showers are located adjacent to the car parking area. Swimmers need to be aware of strong currents and rip tides in this area. No camping or overnight parking.

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Lat: -32.992804 Lng: 137.77893

User Reviews



Great beach spot, nice water for a swim, highly recommend. Good camping at Point Lowly



Nice beach for a walk, clean toilets, under cover table and chairs. Good spot for a swim.


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