Point Lowly Camping Area

Point Lowly Camping Area is a fantastic free camp spot about 8 kms north of Whyalla or about 65kms south of Pt Augusta on the Spencer Gulf.

No power available at the Point Lowly Camping Area site but flushing toilets and cold showers are available. A dump point is close by, however all supplies will need to brought with you.

Dolphins and birdlife often frequent the waters around Point Lowly, while the rocky shoreline is popular for fishing, sightseeing, or a relaxing and leisurely stroll.

Facilities include a breakwater and an all-weather concrete double boat ramp with a floating walkway between the ramps


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UPDATE: Point Lowly camping fee planned for summer

Whyalla Council hopes a proposed camping fee at Point Lowly will end overcrowding of the popular recreation site.

At times, more than 100 people are keen to use 45 campsites and the council says some overstay a 14-day limit.
Council CEO Peter Peppin says a $5 per day camping fee might be a way to solve the problem.

“We’re seeing this as just a regulation process that we’re going to put in place for the forthcoming summer,” he said.[/quote]

Point Lowly Free Camping Area Details

Cost: FREE (*$5 per day fee being introduced)
Address: Port Bonython Rd, Point Lowly SA GPS: -32.9922,137.782
Toilets: M/F flushing Showers: Yes (cold water)
Camp Fires: No Max Stay: 14 nights
Road Access: Good/Sealed Water Available: Yes
Number of Sites: 20+ Power Available: No
Dog Friendly: Yes Suitable for Big Rigs : Yes
Website/Info:Whyalla Visitor Centre; (08) 8645 7900 or 1800 088 589
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Updated: December 12, 2016 by admin

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