NUMBER OF CAMPSITES: 30-40
SOUTH AUSTRALIA, AUSTRALIA
THE VIBE: 6
Located on the Spencer Gulf on the south coast of South Australia, Fitzgerald Bay camping ground is located around a nine minute drive from the popular town of Whyalla. Fitzgerald Bay offers all the benefits of a camping ground on the coast, including swimming and fishing.
The Fitzgerald Bay camping ground is very easy to access. The camping ground is located 2km off the Port Bonython road on the way to Point Lowly, with the turnoff approximately 22km from the Lincoln Highway, 8km north of Whyalla. The 2km road into the camping ground is a gravel road but can easily be accessed by a two wheel drive and caravan.
The camping ground offers around thirty to forty individual campsites and there is no individual site that is more appealing than any other.
Given the location of the Fitzgerald Bay campground, it offers numerous activities. Activities available for campers include fishing, swimming and boating in the Gulf. The boat ramp 2km away offers the ability to launch small watercraft.
Best Time To Go
Given the campground is located on the Spencer Gulf, it is recommended that the campground is visited during the warmer months. It is however a nice place to visit all year round.