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Petrified Forest

2 months ago from Daisy S

Location: Discovery Bay Coastal Park

Petrified Forest

2 months ago from Daisy S

Location: Discovery Bay Coastal Park

The Blowhole

2 months ago from Daisy S

Location: Discovery Bay Coastal Park

View from Tarragal Caves

2 months ago from Daisy S

Location: Tarragal Caves

Tarragal Caves

2 months ago from Daisy S

Location: Tarragal Caves

Australian fur seals

4 months ago from Parks Victoria

Location: Seal Colony Viewing Platform

Scenic Road

1 year ago from www.gowildimages.com

Location: Discovery Bay Coastal Park

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Change of conditions

  • The western section of Yellow Rock beach and the staircase leading to this section of beach from the lower viewing platform are closed for public safety due to instability in the cliffs at the site.Visitors should obey the signs to avoid the affected beach and cliff areas. Access to the eastern beach, a popular surfing location, remains open. at Discovery Bay Coastal Park
    Thursday 25 June, 2015 |
Camping
Canoeing
Medium walk / Day walk
Short walk

This remote coastal park protects 55km of ocean beach. Inland, the park encompasses high coastal cliffs, huge rolling sand dunes and freshwater lakes and swamps. Coastal vegetation and wildlife thrive.

Enjoy remote camping, walks and canoeing.

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Popular things to do

Australian fur seals

Seal Colony Viewing Platform

The viewing platform looks out over rocks and down to a colony of Australian fur seals, which is the largest…

camping - relaxing by river

Swan Lake Camp

Camping is permitted at several places along the Glenelg River, including Lake Monibeong and Swan Lake. Fireplaces, toilets and water…

Tarragal Caves

Tarragal Caves

This is an interesting stopping point along the road for those wanting to break the drive and stretch their legs.…

camping

Lake Monibeong Camp

Camping is permitted at several places along the Glenelg River, including Lake Monibeong and Swan Lake. Fireplaces, toilets and water…

walking - coast

Walking

The Great South West Walk allows for a number of short or longer walks. Starting and ending at Portland, the…

Visitor experiences

Facilities Summary

  • Toilet
  • Gravel carpark

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Park Statistics

Established

April 1979

Area

10460ha

Contact information

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