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Camping and Fishing

Yalata Indigenous Protected Area provides some of the best natural dune camping areas available. It also lies adjacent to some of the best remote surf fishing available on the Far West Coast of South Australia. Recreational fishing species include Mulloway, Snapper, Australian Salmon and Shark. Camping is only permissable in designated camp sites (shown below) and a permit is required. Details of permits and how to book can be found on our page on permits and bookings.

Vehicles can enter the beach at Granites, Bob's Kitchen and Hilton. The other campsites are close enough to the gutters for people to walk.

Yalata IPA is extremely remote. The closest phones are at least 70 km away, further there is no mobile coverage from the beaches. See our page on what you need to help you think through the things you may need to ensure your safety.

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Mulloway caught at Yalata

Camp Sites

Camp Site Detail Map

Click on Camp Site for Map

Open Hilton Sketch map Open Sketch Map to Bob's Kitchen Open Sketch Map to Jaxsons Open Sketch map to Geues and Tjitji Tjutaku Open Sketch map to Geues Open Sketch Map to Granites

 

 

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