Easy 4X4 access with plenty of spots to allow fellow drivers to pass. As you go deeper into the National Park the sand does get a whole lot softer so you may need to adjust tyre pressure, it was a little carved up when we went but still no issues getting to the beach access. It would be good if... 更多
This is a beautiful national park, easy to navigate with clear signs pointing out spots to visit. The 3 main spot in the park - flat rock, middle rock, and wreck beach are all stunning and perfect for a swimming, camping, fishing and exploring. The track was sandier then expected but for a first time 4WDr on sand it was... 更多
Beautiful and worth the trip if you have a 4 x 4. Take along your snorkels. My husband saw a large turtle very close to the rocks near the shore.
Great fun driving through the tracks to get to the beach. Beach driving isn't allowed and I can understand why. The beach we went to was totally deserted and magnificent. Clean sand, clean water - just magical
A lengthy drive through the National Park with the road close to the beaches and easy accesses. Beautiful remote beach scenery and bush driving.
If you are the type of person that likes 4x4-ing in the middle of the untouched Australian bush then this park is for you. If you are not - just like me - get someone to take you there and sit back and relax whilst admiring nature at its best.
We walked along the beach to Red Rock it was stunning on the way we had a swim and also saw about 6 turtles grazing near the reef. We met our friends who had walked from Springs beach to Red Rock. We had our lunch on the beach. The track from Agnes Water to Deepwater if well maintained.
Access to the park from Agnes Waters is via a good sandy (4WD) track that links Flat Rock, Middle Rock and Wreck Rock camping areas with the Baffle Creek access road. Patches of lovely temperate rainforest are found along this track, but mainly it is more open bushland. Passing areas on the track are available at intervals, but you may... 更多