Other foreshore camping locations

Contact details and information on non-Shire managed foreshore camping sites on the peninsula.

Visit our Foreshore Camping section for foreshore camping at Rye, Rosebud and Sorrento.

Foreshores (Beaches) Committees of Management

Capel Sound Foreshore
Land Manager   Capel Sound Foreshore Committee of Management    
Contact   PO Box 2041, Rosebud Plaza, Rosebud 3939. Phone: 5986 4382    
Environment    Woodland    
Things to see and do   Coastal walks    
Facilities  Picnic area - Truemans Road/Point Nepean Road    
Boat Ramp  Local ramp (open November to May annually). Two lanes. No car parking. Season ticket $110; daily $11.    
Camping Season   All year     
Site Fees   Please contact Foreshore office    
Camping Contacts   5986 4382    
Upcoming Events   Nil    
Volunteers   Coastal Action working bees one Sunday per month    
Management Plan   Available on Department of Sustainability & Environment's website  http://www.dse.vic.gov.au/

Crib Point Stony Point Foreshore
Land Manager - Crib Point Stony Point Foreshore Committee of Management Inc.    
Contact - PO Box 224, Crib Point 3919   Ph: 0418 348 959   Email: stonypointcaravanpk@bigpond.com
Environment - Coastal woodland, mangroves    
Things to see and do - Wooleys Beach and Jacks Beach Reserves: coastal walks; native orchids; bird watching; link up with boardwalk to Hastings; views of Western Port. Stony Point: fishing; passenger ferry service to French and Phillip islands.    
Facilities - Picnic tables, BBQs, toilets, disabled parking Stony Point    
Boat Ramp - Stony Point Boat Ramp, three lanes, fish cleaning facilities, 60 trailer spaces plus overflow    
Camping Season - Stony Point Caravan Park    
Site fees - Apply    
Camping Contacts - 5983 9242    
Upcoming events - Nil    
Volunteers - Interested persons contact committee info@cribpointstonypointforeshore.com
Management Plan - N/A    

Dromana Foreshore Reserve
Land Manager   Dromana Foreshore Committee of Management    
Contact   PO Box 107, Dromana 3936. Ph: 5981 0933 dromana@foreshore.net.au     
Environment   Beach, coast banksia woodland, Latrobe reserve - significant remnant vegetation    
Things to see and do   Dromana pier, shared walkway (bay trail), coastal walks, safe family beach, playground, boat ramp    
Facilities   Picnic tables, BBQs, disabled parking, pier, toilet facilities, seasonal caravan park, boat ramp    
Boat Ramp   Two lane, fish cleaning facilities, 20 trailer spaces    
Camping Season   December 1 - April 30, annually.     
Site Fees   One season fixed fee    
Camping contacts   Committee of Management    
Upcoming events   Nil    
Volunteers   Dromana Foreshore Coast Action Volunteers, Latrobe Friends Group, Dromana Campers & Friends Association    
Management Plan   Available from the Department of Sustainability & Environment's website http://www.dse.vic.gov.au/

Shoreham Foreshore Reserve
Land Manager   Shoreham Foreshore Reserve Committee of Management    
Contact   PO Box 24, Shoreham 3916. Ph: 5989 8325, Mob: 0417 898 475    
Environment   Coastal woodland, cliffs, beaches, intertidal rock platforms abutting Western Port    
Things to see and do   Camping, walking, swimming, fishing, views to Phillip Island, close to wineries, local store. No collecting flora or fauna, dead or alive.    
Facilities   Camping sites, BBQs, toilet blocks    
Boat Ramp   Sand boat access for 4-wheel drive vehicles only at Beach Road. Limited trailer parking.     
Camping Season   All year - bookings essential    
Site Fees   Up to $28 per night for four people    
Camping Contacts   Committee of Management    
Upcoming events   Nil    
Volunteers   Contact Committee of Management    
Management Plan   New plan being developed    
Somers Foreshore
Land Manager   Somers Foreshore Committee of Management    
Contact   PO Box 466, Somers 3927. Ph: 5983 1828 Ph: 5983 5538 Email: Somers.foreshore.com@gmail.com     
Environment   Four kilometre coastal strip including sandy spit creek, wooded sand dunes and cliffs, open woodlands and sand dunes with typical coastal vegetation. The coast is an eroding coastline.     
Things to see and do   Wildlife, birdwatching, indigenous vegetation, views of Phillip Island and French Island, swimming, sailing, walking.    
Facilities   Picnic tables, BBQs, toilets and dressing shed, walking trails, Somers yacht club    
Boat Ramp   Launching facilities for sailing boats at the Somers Yacht Club    
Camping Season   No camping on Foreshore Reserve, but Holiday Village (Private Operator) 100m away.    
Upcoming events   Nil    
Volunteers   Contact Committee of Management.    
Management Plan   Flora and fauna survey and management strategy (2000) can be borrowed from the Committee of Management    
Whitecliffs to Camerons Bight Foreshore
Land Manager   Whitecliffs to Camerons Bight Foreshore Reserve Committee of Management Inc.    
Contact   PO Box 207, Rye 3941 Ph: 5985 3288. whitecliffs.com.au    
Environment   Coastal and Moonah woodland, native indigenous vegetation, foreshore beach.    
Things to do and see   Coastal walks, fishing, sailing, swimming, camping, Victoria's first official settlement.     
Facilities   Picnic tables, free BBQs, toilets, Blairgowrie Yacht Squadron, Camerons Bight Boat Club    
Boat Ramp   Tyrone boat ramp free of charge, suitable for small craft.    
Camping season   Mid-December to end of April. School groups year-round.    
Site fees   Please contact    
Camping contacts   5985 3288, preferred hours 11.00am - 3.00pm    
Upcoming events   Nil    
Volunteers   Interested persons contact committee.    
Management Plan   Available on Department of Sustainability & Environment website.