Camp at Black Rocks Campground

Added by Katie Kessel

Camp near the beach and explore the area, either on the beach, the many walks in the area, or just relax in your campsite.

This is a great place to explore - the beach is quite large and has some beautiful places to watch the waves or jump in.

There are also lots of walks such as the 8km Jerusalem Creek Walk, which you can find instructions for in the link below:


Make sure to book ahead of time as the sites are reserved and the camp is quite popular.

Please also note that all of the routes per Google Maps, Apple and Tom Tom were wrong so look at the instructions on the parks website, which takes you along current routes along The Gap road. The road is about 15 km of unsaved road off the Pacific Highway.

Overall a stunning beach campground to spend a few days with tons of activities to do from your campsite! 

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