Crampton Island Beach

Natural Attractions

Crampton Island Beach is only accessible at low tide from Tabourie Point Beach when the island re-joins the mainland. The beach faces north-west and is protected from the southerly wind. It is a popular spot for snorkelling and fishing and provides a unique opportunity for an island getaway for an hour or two – just a short walk from Lake Tabourie!

Facilities

Disabled access available

Rates

Free Entry

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