FANNY COVE

 

 

Fanny Cove - Western Australia

 

GPS 33 51 20 S 121 11 33 E

 

 

 

 

Entry fee and / or camping fee charged Toilets available Tables and / or seats and / or shelters provided Open fires prohibited Tent camping sites Pets prohibited Boat launching possible Swimming allowed Fishing allowed (some sites may require a freshwater license.) Sight seeing area Walk trails Ranger or caretaker on site or visits 4 wheel drive access only

 

 

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Located on the south coast, Fanny Cove is accessed via the road to Quagi Beach Campsite. Look for where the farmland ends (GPS 33 47 55 S 121 17 54 E) and take the track heading west (right). Follow the sign posts to Fanny Cove.

There are just 4 campsites here and they are available on a first-come, first-served basis. The sites are suitable for tents and camper trailers.

Although the track in is listed as 4x4 only, it really isn't too difficult up to Fanny Cove. After that it is definitely 4x4 only.

Facilities at the campsite include toilets, seats, tables, shelters and boat launching is possible over the beach.

There is no fee to camp but you have to pay an entry fee to go in to the national park.

Swimming, fishing, walking and boating are all popular activities here.

There is another small campsite located at Shoal Cape. This is ONLY accessible via 4x4 and campsites are very limited. It is only suitable for tents.

Campfires are not permitted at Fanny Cove and as it is in a national park, pets are also prohibited.

A place of interest nearby are the ruins of the old Moir homestead. Follow sign posts from GPS 33 50 34 S 121 11 06 E.

 

 

 

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