Little Dip Conservation Park
The area features a ruggedly beautiful coastline including a large area of coastal sand dunes. The foreshore of Lake Eliza was home to the Boandik people some 10,000 years ago - large numbers of middens (shellfish remains) can still be seen in the park today.
The coastal scrub that gives way to thick groves of melaleuca, dense rushes and samphire flats surrounding the lakes is a haven for birdwatchers. The beaches provide good opportunities for beachcombing and surf fishing.
Camping is booked and paid online before you go.
Cash self-registration stations are no longer in use at this park.
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Vehicle entry is free to this park. Camping is available for $16 per night (per vehicle).