Pearl Point features spectacular sedimentary rock formations, rolling sand dunes and an abundance of seabirds and sea life. It is a popular spot for surf
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- A shark has been seen at various times in waters near the dead whale at Salmon Rocks, Cape Conran. People are warned not to enter the water off ocean beaches between Marlo (16kms west of Cape Conran) and Pearl Point (14kms east of Cape Conran) because sharks may be attracted to the carcass. People are also advised not to use the West Cape boat ramp until further notice due to oil from the carcass making the ramp slippery and dangerous to use.
at Pearl Point
Monday 23 November, 2015 |
Pearl Point features spectacular sedimentary rock formations, rolling sand dunes and an abundance of seabirds and sea life. It is a popular spot for surf fishing. Pearl Point campground has easy access to Pearl Point beach via stairs.
There is a 25km return walk from East Cape to Pearl Point. This walk is only for the more energetic as it can be a difficult due to the soft beach sand.
Cape Conran Coastal Park is located 18km west of the small township of Marlo. Pearl Point is accessed via Bremm River along the unsealed Pearl Point Road.
No booking is required. Camping is on a first in, first-served basis.
There are 4 unpowered campsites available.
There are no toilets provided at the campsite. The nearest toilets and shops are 12km away at Bemm River.
Only allowed in designated fireplaces – supply your own wood.
- Light fires only in the fireplaces provided or use a portable camping stove instead
- Ensure fires are never left unattended and are completely out before you leave
- During summer and autumn Total Fire Bans are common - this means no open fires can be lit
- For information on Total Fire Bans call the Victorian Bushfire Information Line on 1800 240 667