This sheltered campground overlooks the protected waters of Boston Bay with two tent sites, four camper trailer sties, 12 caravan/motorhome sites and one large group camp site. There are 19 Sites available at this location with toilets and non potable water. Be self-sufficient and carry adequate supplies of drinking water – do not rely on tanks or creeks for water. Generators are allowed at the site between 9am-9pm.
HOW TO GET THERE
Lincoln National Park is located 13km south west of Port Lincoln. Access is via Proper Bay Road.
Please note: GPS Co-Ordinates are approximate and provided in most cases to get you to the National Park entrance. Once inside the park there should be signs to the actual camp grounds. Failing this please check with National Parks for further directions.
FEES & BOOKINGS
Camping fees from $12 per vehicle (max 8 people).
Entry fees are required to enter this National Park at $11.00 per vehicle.
THINGS TO DO
The park provides habitat to a diverse range of native wildlife. More than 123 species of birds are known to visit the area providing ideal birdwatching opportunities. Look out for the Australian sea-lions and New Zealand fur-seals that haul up on the coast to rest after lengthy fishing trips at sea, or the southern right whales that are occasionally sighted from the park. The bottle-nose dolphin and common dolphin are frequently seen close to the shore.
Feral bees occur within the park and can become a nuisance to visitors during summer when they are attracted to water.
At Surfleet Cove Campground, all wood fires or solid fuel fires are prohibited to low water mark between Surfleet Point and Spalding Cove throughout the year.
Take rubbish home with you – if you carry it in, carry it out.
We are still in the process of obtaining more information about this site.
Data & Photos courtesy of: National Parks South Australia