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Tamboon Inlet

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Walks around Tamboon Inlet

Enjoy bird watching, boating and camping in this peaceful estuary featuring an island and sandbanks, home to a wide variety of birds.

Clinton Rocks Walk

4 hours, 8 km return

Walk east along the beach from the entrance of Tamboon Inlet to explore the giant granite boulders covered in brilliant orange lichen at Clinton Rocks. The walk boasts spectacular views of the coast, and on a clear day the Point Hicks Light Tower is visible.

This walk is only accessible via boat.

Warning: Rocks may be slippery and this area is subject to large, unexpected waves.

Sand Dune Walk

10 mins, 300m return

Enjoy amazing views of the surrounding forest and coastline from the sand dune summit located on the south-western side of Tamboon Inlet.

This walk is only accessible via boat.

Camping

Boat based camping is available at Tamboon Inlet. Fees no longer apply to this campground.  For all stays up until 30 June 2015, you will still need to book a campsite, but no fees will be charged.

Book here.

After 1 July 2015, no bookings will be taken for campgrounds where fees do not apply.  Camping will be first in, first-served. 

Car-based camping is available at the nearby Peachtree Creek Reserve, situated on the eastern shores of Tamboon Inlet. Visit the Peachtree Creek Reserve page for more information.

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