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Included in our pet friendly park are powered sites, tent sites, deluxe, standard & budget cabins (some of which are absolute beach front site), a fully equipped camp kitchen which includes two gas barbecues, spacious disabled facilities as well as very clean ablution blocks & laundry plus 2 x three metre Pelican fiberglass boats for hire.
Venus Bay is an ideal place to fish, surf, explore, or just relax. An assortment of fish are caught in our protected bay including King George Whiting, Tommy Ruff (Herring), Flathead, Salmon Trout, Trevally, Snook, Garfish and Squid. These can be caught either in a boat or just off of the jetty as the Marine Parks will not affect recreational fishing in the area. If you have a larger vessel you can catch some bigger species just out of the bay in the Bight, including Snapper, Salmon, Nannygai & Sweep just to name a few.
Venus Bay is an ideal place to come for the keen fisher person offering jetty, boat and beach fishing. Fishing in the sheltered waters of the bay offers the angler.
Spectacular views of the Great Australian Bight are available on the South Head and the Cliff Top walking trails. Whilst on the trail you may also be lucky enough to catch a spectacular display from the dolphins or the seals that play and surf along the coastline as well as in the bay. Both of these walks are within close walking distance of the caravan park.
Talia Beach is pristine and on a windy day the surf and spray is nothing short of spectacular. There is a walkway down to the caves which are an amazing sight, they are formed out of limestone with an incredible array of colours. There are a number of other caves and formations in the limestone including “The Woolshed” and “The Tub”. There is also a monument to a nurse who fell from the cliffs into the ocean and was never recovered.
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