The WhiteCliffs to Camerons Bight Foreshore Reserve is located near the southern tip of the Mornington Peninsula and borders the villages of Rye and Blairgowrie.
The campgrounds offer some of the best foreshore camping on the southern Peninsula. Facilities at the campgrounds include hot showers, toilets, laundries and direct access to the beach. Campsites can be powered or non-powered and some sites have magnificent views to the Blairgowrie harbour and Port Phillip Bay.
Most of the Peninsula’s major attractions are easily accessible from the campgrounds. You can visit Point Nepean National Park, wineries, golf courses, hot springs, fishing charters, dolphin tours, surf beaches, there is so much to see and do.
The campgrounds are also conveniently located near the Sorrento – Queenscliff car and passenger ferry terminal.
WhiteCliffs to Camerons Bight Foreshore Reserve are open for camping late September and close at the end of April.
Disabled access available
Tyrone Campground is situated just one kilometre from Rye township. A total of 43 campsites on secluded coastal land with direct beach access, hot showers, a laundry facility, dump point and playground.
Stringer Campground is located two kilometres from Blairgowrie township. A total of 59 powered sites are nestled by the beach with hot showers, laundry facilities and a nearby barbecue area.
Camerons Bight Campground is on the west Blairgowrie foreshore. A total of 68 unpowered sites in a coastal woodland setting with beach access, hot showers, laundry, dump point and nearby barbecue.
Nightly rates vary from according to off peak, shoulder and peak season, which includes public holidays. The nightly rate covers two adults and up to three children. Extra persons are $10 per night. Prices also vary depending on the location of a campsite.
Check In: 2:00 pm
Check Out: 10:00 am