Beachport Conservation Park

National Parks and Reserves

Beachport Conservation Park’s white sandy beaches and coastal flora is home to an array of birdlife, making it an ideal spot for bird watching.

Bring your binoculars for the chance to spy a rare orange-bellied parrot that occupies the coastal salt marsh and beach dune habitats. As you explore the park look out for hooded plovers which are often seen nesting along the beach.

Special features of the park include its weathered limestone cliffs and middens – the discarded remains of shellfish left by the Boandik Aboriginal people. The walking trail around Woolley Lake offers panoramic views of the ocean and neighbouring Lake George.

Afterwards, enjoy a picnic at Lake George or go swimming or sailing in the waters at Five Mile Drift.

Camping is booked and paid online before you go.

Cash self-registration stations are no longer in use at this park.

Facilities

Aboriginal Culture Beaches & Surf Birdwatching Camping Caravan / Camper Trailer / Campervan Sites / Campsites Family Friendly Fishing Lookouts Nature & Wildlife Picnic Area Public Toilet Scuba Diving Snorkelling Surfing Swimming Walk

Rates

Park Entry: Free
Camping: $15 per night

Nearby Things to Do

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Pool of Siloam

Wendy’s Walk

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Aerial Bowman Scenic Drive

Bowman Scenic Drive

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Susan Wilson Playground

Susan Wilson Memorial Playground

Beachport, Wattle Range

Lanky's Walk

Lanky’s Walk

Beachport, Wattle Range

Beachport jetty

Beachport Jetty

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IBR Racing

Beachport Surf Beach

Beachport, Wattle Range

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