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Low Tide Kiddy Pool

7 months ago from Carla Khoo

Location: Bear Gully Campground

View across Waratah Bay from Bear Gully campsite

7 months ago from Tseen Khoo

Location: Bear Gully Campground

Wombat at bear gully

7 months ago from Shayne Smail

Location: Bear Gully Campground

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Bird watching
Camping
Fishing
Hang gliding
Horse riding
Medium walk / Day walk
Picnicking
Short walk
Sight-seeing
Surfing
Swimming

Beaches

The broad sandy open beaches of Venus Bay are popular for swimming, surfing and fishing. Swimmers must be careful as strong currents and rips occur along this section of the…

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Bear Gully Campground

Camp at Bear Gully where shady campsites are set amongst tall banksias. Campers must be self sufficient and bring their own firewood. Toilet facilities are provided. Dogs are not permitted…

Cape Liptrap

A lighthouse was established at Cape Liptrap in 1913 to improve the safety of coastal shipping. The light is still in operation and has a range of 18 nautical miles…

Fishing

Line fishing is popular from the beaches and rocks at Walkerville with anglers seeking Snapper, Sweep, Leather Jacket, Salmon, Yellow-tail Kingfish, Trumpeter and Parrot-fish. The sheltered waters of Anderson Inlet…

Horse riding

Horse riding is permitted within the park on the intertidal area of beach below the high water mark between the ocean outfall pipeline and Arch Rock. Access to the beach…

Point Smythe

Thickets of Coast Teatree together with stands of Coast Banksia are found at Point Smythe and along the coastal sand dunes. The Point Smythe Walk (6 km circuit, 2 hours)…

Walkerville South lime kilns

A short walk along the beach at Walkerville rings you unexpectedly upon giant brick buttresses protruding from the cliffs like the ruins of some ancient Roman engineering works. These are…

Walking

Take in the rugged beauty of remote sections of the coast, most of which is accessible only by foot. Popular walks include: 1. Point Smythe Walk (6 km circuit, 2…

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