Superb wildlife watching spot even in the rain (and we had plenty of that!). This small peninsular has a rocky coast on the right and a large sandy bay on the left and a 'rugged' camp site between. We saw several yellow eyed penguins from the viewing point board walk. Note that a volunteer warden comes and puts a rope 'barrier' down to stop you getting too close to the penguins but this is not the only spot they come ashore so keep your eyes out on other parts of the rocky platform and in the tall grass. The sandy beach was huge we saw dolphins in the afternoon and again in the morning very close into the beach. The campsite was huge. The powered sites were well screened but no sea view. If you don't want or need a powered site there are plenty of spots with a sea view to choose from. Facilities were very basic. We didn't see sealions but plenty of signs telling you to watch out for them.
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