Rocky Point campground is a peaceful spot within Yuraygir National Park, which offers the convenience of being close to Minnie Water village, while enjoying that remote getaway feeling. The campground is best suited to self-sufficient campers who are making their way along Yuraygir coastal walk.
Here, you can enjoy astonishing elevated views out over the ocean right from your campsite. It’s a great spot to go whale watching, as the majestic giants of the sea head north to warmer waters during their annual migration. During the spring and summertime, it’s a great spot to be close to the beach to enjoy a spot of swimming or fishing too.
You’ll see many coastal birds of prey in this area, such as osprey, brahminy kites and white-bellied sea eagles. Go walking to explore the area and catch a closer glimpse of surrounding flowering coastal plants, including…
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Rocky Point campground in Yuraygir National Park is ideal for self-sufficient campers looking for a good place to take a break while doing the multi-day Yuraygir coastal walk.
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