Farm Beach Caravan Park

Campsite Description

-34.497105, 135.398625 -   -34° 29' 49.58", +135° 23' 55.05" Basic caravan park a stones throw from the beach. Not sure if there is a fee for park use may need to contact the Lower Eyre Dist Council. Council was charging at one stage & then you could stay at no charge so not sure at present what the go is.   

Non powered sites 1st in best dressed, Toilets, cold showers & bore water available (not the best quality water)  

Camping is no longer allowed on the beach

Port Lincoln 53km - Coffin Bay 37km (nearest Hotel) - Cummins 55km  

Nearest shop is at Wangary 10km & the Marble Range footy club located at the Wangary oval open the bar & do meals on certain nights  

Great swimming & fishing beach with king george whiting being the main catch also on offer trevally garfish, tommies, salmon, squid, flathead & sand crabs.   

Beach access is generally good during the summer months & beach launching if you have a boat. Most locals use a tractor for launching but can be done with 4x4 if the tides are right. A word of warning don't stuff around when loading get the boat on the trailer & out of the water then have your beer & a chat etc, many a 4x4 has been bogged during retrieval. Also a good practice once boat is on trailer just back up a foot & then drive forward as a small mound of sand may be deposited in front of your tyres with the wave action.  

At the North end of Farm Beach, adj the car park area, there is a rough dirt road which leads to the beach where the invasion scenes in the movie Gallipoli were filmed. All of the trenches, sandbags and the dugouts have been removed & area has been returned to its natural state. The bay where the filming took place is now named Gallipoli Beach & is accessible via a cut away in the cliff.











Campsite Features

Non 4WD Access
Dogs Allowed
Water Available
Open Fires

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