Bayview Park is situated in Port Lincoln, SA, only 3.2kms from the CBD. Its elevated location boasts scenic views over the town, bay, and nearby islands. Bayview Park is a great base from which to explore Port Lincoln and the Lower Eyre Peninsula.

Surrounded by Mallee scrub and a stand of Yakka bushes, the flat gravel campsites and cleared bush areas are suitable for travellers in fully self-contained Motorhomes and Big Rigs.

Being a private property, there is a maximum stay of 5 nights permitted and you must have your own toilet, shower, and storage capacity for grey and black water. There is a dump point located in town on Windsor Avenue. The owners live nearby and can be contacted on the phone number below, however, an honesty box has been provided for campers at the on-site check-in station as well as a range of information about the site and the area including maps for bushwalking to Winters Hill Lookout.

After spending the day sightseeing, you will enjoy coming back to the peace and tranquility of Bayview Park where you can sit back, relax and watch the boats and the occasional cruise ship that sails in and out of the port or simply enjoy the twinkling night lights of Port Lincoln.

For any essentials, the IGA on New West Road is only 1.5km from the campground or Port Lincoln itself is well facilitated with everything you will need.

HOW TO GET THERE
From the west, travelling on the Western Approach Road, turn left onto New West Road. Continue and turn left into Kurara Road, then at the end turn left into Robertson Road. The driveway is on the left, look for the Bayview Park sign.

Travelling from Whyalla, follow Lincoln Hwy(B100) into Port Lincoln and continue to the second roundabout. Take the third exit onto New West Road, the Caltex is on the left. Continue along New West Road and turn right at the IGA onto Duncan Ave. Continue along Duncan Ave and turn left onto Robertson Road. Follow as above.

Other roads can be quite steep so it’s advised to follow the above directions.

SITE ACCESS
Bitumen Road Access. Entrance on the left, you will see the Bayview Park sign. Pull up at the on-site check-in station.

FEES & BOOKINGS
Fee is $10/night/site with a max. 5 night stay.
Honesty Box system applies.

THINGS TO DO
Port Lincoln, known as the seafood capital of Australia, is a vibrant regional centre situated on Boston Bay, one of the largest protected natural harbours in the world and three times the size of Sydney Harbour. Enjoy some of South Australia’s very best food and wine, go swimming, sailing, windsurfing, scuba diving, kayaking, surfing, cruising, and fishing. For adventure lovers, you can swim with sea lions or shark cage diving.

Other towns nearby include Tumby Bay, Coffin Bay, and Elliston.

WHAT’S NEARBY
Port Lincoln Tourist Park
Port Lincoln Caravan Park
Coffin Bay Caravan Park

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Opening Hours

Monday

24 Hrs

Tuesday

24 Hrs

Wednesday

24 Hrs

Thursday

24 Hrs

Friday

24 Hrs

Saturday

24 Hrs

Sunday

24 Hrs

Address & Contact

Our Address

81 Robertson Road

GPS

-34.721072, 135.828534

Telephone
Email

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Web

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Additional Information

Suburb:

Port Lincoln

State:

SA

Pin Code:

5606

Pricing Detail:

From $10

Post ID:

60207

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Features

 
  
Water Filling Available
Rain Water, Limited . . .
Drinking Water Available
Rainwater Only
Rubbish Bins Available
Waste and Recycling Bins
Mobile Phone Reception
Pets Permitted
On Leash
Not Suitable for Tents
No Camper Trailers
Campervans & Motorhomes
Big Rig Access
FSCV Only
RV Turn Around Area
RV Parking Available
Time Limits Apply
Maximum 5 Night Stay
Fires Permitted
Winter Months. Fire . . .
Nice Views From Location
Generators Permitted
No Generators After 10PM
 

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Deidre & Andrew Komac (Australia Road Trips) October 6, 2021 6:44 am
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What a great spot. We were at other site which was cheap but this spot a Gem location Highly recommend. Lyn lovely host.
Everyone that comes remember take rubbish with you and respect the area for camping and will have enjoyment with view alone.