Fitzgerald Bay Camping Areas

Waypoint: -32.96148 , 137.71097 GPS: -32.93709 , 137.75453
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  • Camping Area
  • Fishing Spot
Point Douglas Road
Whyalla SA 5600
  • Look for signposts to camping areas
  • No toilets

Driving Directions

Proceed to waypoint on Port Bonython Road. At waypoint turn east and follow the bitumen for 5.6km. At the end of the bitumen is a T junction. Designated camping areas both north and south of this point.

Last updated by Jim on 18th October, 2018
Fitzgerald Bay Camping Areas are a group of designated free campsites along the beachfront at Fitzgerald Bay. At least one campsite has toilets and water. Some do not have any facilities.
Fitzgerald Bay is the northern end of the Freycinet Trail, a walking and cycling track that leads to Point Lowly.

Check road condition in wet weather. Exposed to wild weather. Lots of interesting walks and ever-changing tidal views.
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Allnite
22/09/2015
http://www.whyalla.sa.gov.au/page.aspx?u=980&print=1
mussa
13/12/2014
Fitzgerald bay area has many smaller bays that go for 20 klm's .It is real beach bush camping.Fitzgerald bay has a his/hers windyloo and amazingly fresh water tap. Some bays are close to the water.At fitz low water you need a bus.Fishing and crabbing are the go I wont say the wind does not blow
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