The western section of Yellow Rock beach and the staircase leading to this section of beach from the lower viewing platform are closed for public safety due to instability in the cliffs at the site.Visitors should obey the signs to avoid the affected beach and cliff areas. Access to the eastern beach, a popular surfing location, remains open.
at Discovery Bay Coastal Park
This remote coastal park protects 55km of ocean beach. Inland, the park encompasses high coastal cliffs, huge rolling sand dunes and freshwater lakes and swamps. Coastal vegetation and wildlife thrive.
Enjoy remote camping, walks and canoeing.
How to get there
Discovery Bay Coastal Park is in south-west Victoria between Portland and Nelson adjoining the SA border, about 420kms from Melbourne and 490kms from Adelaide. The major access roads into the Park are The Blowholes Road, Scenic Drive and the Portland - Nelson Road.
Book online before your stay.
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- Discovery Bay Coastal Park - Campground maps (PDF 492.8 KB)
- Lower Glenelg National Park and Discovery Bay Coastal Park - Park note (PDF 4.5 MB)
- Ngootyoong Gunditj Ngootyoong Mara South West Management Plan (PDF 17.9 MB)
- Ngootyoong Gunditj Ngootyoong Mara South West Management Plan - maps (PDF 14.2 MB)
Separate download file containing maps referenced in the main Ngootyoong Gunditj Ngootyoong Mara South West Management Plan document.