Steep Point, the western most point of Australia, is a popular fishing area. It is part of Carrarang Station and salt mining country. Here you can see the magnificent Zuytdorp Cliffs, which rise to some 170 metres above sea level. When venturing into Steep Point, visitors should carry their own drinking water.
Clough Engineering Group has a full time ranger at Steep Point. He will collect visitor entry fees for per day and per adult. These fees will be collected from visitors as he finds them during his daily rounds of the camping sites.
Visitors are welcome to holiday at locations on the property, but are subject to the control and the direction of the ranger.
Campers will initially be required to take firewood from areas that have not been depleted. It may be necessary to require campers to purchase firewood at the ranger’s house to protect existing vegetation.
While the property offers a long coastline, there are relatively few popular camping spots which have protection from southerly winds and access to good swimming and fishing waters.
Areas away from these overcrowded camping spots such as boat camping spots on Bellefin Prong should continue to be freely available to campers.
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Vehicle with up to 12 occupants: AUD13 per vehicle and Concession Fee of AUD7 per vehicle.
Vehicle with more than 12 occupants but not on a commercial tour: AUD6 per occupant (6 years or older) and Concession Fee of AUD2 per occupant.
Motorcycle: AUD7 per motorcycle.