Douglas Point Conservation Area

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Douglas Point Conservation Park provides scenic views of the coastline and is home to a rare daisy that is only found in three other sites in Australia. This picturesque coastal park features areas of exposed limestone, sea cliffs, small sandy beaches and dense coastal vegetation, providing ideal opportunities for fishing, diving and bushwalking. Access to the park is along a limestone road past the Cape Douglas shack settlement. Conventional vehicles can only access the park up to a short distance inside the entrance. From here, take a leisurely walk up the steep rocky incline and along the coast. Four-wheel drive vehicles can travel through the park following the tracks marked with orange posts. Dogs are not permitted in this park

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Lat: -38.028397 Lng: 140.581962

User Reviews



Beautiful area. Entry point for adventure drive along Hines Bay beach to Neme Valley through Neme Valley Conservation Area & over to Blackfellows Caves. 4x4 & very low tyre pressure required. Hines Bay frontal dune sand very soft, tidal flat sand seems hard but slurrys with weight. Caravans no access & not recommended for trailers. Travel in pairs.


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