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 in the campground or adjacent beach at any time.
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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 offer Bass, Flathead, Salmon, Whiting, Mullet, Trevally and Garfish. A bag limit of two litres per person per day applies …
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) takes you through thick coastal vegetation and onto the beach at Point Smythe. The track is particularly sheltered on windy days.
16 Apr 2013
Parks Victoria is reminding visitors and campers in Lake Tyers State Park to keep vehicles to formed roads and tracks, set campsites back from the waterline and collect firewood only where permitted. The special values of the Lake Tyers area were recently recognised with its declaration as Lake Tyers State …