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Sunday, March 31, 2013

Camping at the South Coast Track

Posted by Jana Kubíčková On 18:20 1 comment

     There is no formal accommodation and no shops at either end of the South Coast Track: Cockle Creek or Melaleuca. There is a camping ground at a Cockle Creek and two bushwalker huts and a small shelter at the airstrip at Melaleuca. There are no huts along the South Coast Track and the campsites are very simple with no facilities except a few pit toilets.
     
    





The recommended campsites are at:
  • Point Eric
  • Louisa River
  • Little Deadman's Bay
  • New River Lagoon crossing
  • Surprise Bay
  • Osmiridium Beach
  • Granite Beach (east)
  • South Cape Rivulet
  • South Cape Bay
  • Cockle Creek
There are also numerous emergency campsites for 1-2 tents along the way.


1 comment:

  1. Nice! As my knowledge the South Coast Track is a challenging trek with some long days, big packs and trying conditions. It is worth to visit and more as in free time we can kick off the boots, drop the packs and really experience what this place is all about.

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