For a virtual tour of the foreshore, including campsites, camper and public facilities, the beach and our walking trails click here.
March Long Weekend
Sites must be booked for a minimum of three nights
Sites booked online for the 2024 March Long Weekend will not be eligible to be rebooked for the 2025 March Long Weekend
Bookings will not be taken via email or phone
Sites are restricted to one family unit, with of six people of which there may be a maximum of 4 adults .
Junior Ranger activities 2023 / 22024 summer
Junior ranger activities will once again be running over summer details and signup below.
Bookings are strictly limited and can be made on the links below. The cost is $15 per person (plus a .50c booking fee) Children must be accompanied by an adult, Parents are free in a supervisory role.
|Animals of oz
Bugs Galore 10 am
|Animals of Oz animals galore 10 am
|Scats and Tracks with koala expert, Kelly Smith from the Westernport Biosphere team 9 am
|Scats and Tracks
|The Wonderful World of Wetlands – including a bug dipping session – led by aquatic ecologist, Lance Lloyd from the Westernport Biosphere team 9 am
|The wonderful world of Wetlands
|Rock pool ramble with Dolphin research .12 pm at the point car park
|Rock Pool Ramble.
Late availability for the summer school holidays
Sites must be booked from a Saturday to Saturday
Sites booked online for the 2023 / 2024 summer period will not be eligible to be rebooked for the 2024 / 2025 summer period.
Bookings will not be taken via email or phone
Sites are restricted to one family unit, with up to six people of which there may be a maximum of 4 adults .
If the bookings page is showing no availability all the sites for that period will have been booked.
We do not keep a wait list, any further sites that cancel will be made available to be booked online.
We are running an online special where you can get two nights for the price of one, from May the 10th through to October the 30th 2023.
By entering the code WINTER23, you can book any night online for this period night and receive a night’s accommodation free of charge.
This is a great opportunity for a Winter break to explore and enjoy all the Peninsula has to offer without the summer crowds.
To take advantage of this special enter WINTER23 in the “promotional Code” box in the same screen that you enter your dates into at the start of the booking process.
To make a booking please follow the instructions in this link, please use a desktop or laptop computer for the opportunity to choose your own campsite.
This offer is only available for the period 10th of May to the 30th of October 2023, for a maximum of 6 nights at any one time and for a maximum of 12 nights over the special period . No refunds or transfers are available for dates booked using this special offer.
DON’T FORGET… WE ARE KEEPING SELECTED SITES OPEN IN THE SEASONAL EASTERN CAMPING SECTION ALL THROUGH WINTER. THIS LARGE AND SPACIOUS SECTION HAS SITES THAT OVERLOOK THE WATER AND ARE CLOSEST TO THE SURF BREAK AND HAVE THE USE OF THE LARGE KITCHEN AND TOILET FACILITY. WE HAVE CLOSED DOWN HALF THE SITES I THIS AREA TO HELP IT REGENERATE THROUGH WINTER WHICH MEANS THAT YOU WOULD BE CAMPING IN AN AREA WITH PLENTY OF SPACE AND NOT TOO MANY PEOPLE.
Office assisted bookings or arriving without a booking.
If you would like us to make a booking for you either over the phone or by email request
Please email us with
- Your Name
- Mobile number
- Dates requested
- Number of adults and children
- Size and type of equipment you will be bringing (ie, 17 ft caravan, 3 x 3 tent plus gazebo etc)
We will then try and call you when we are next in the office to make a booking. When we make the booking for you we will sms you a “pay by” link to pay for the site. If we are unable to reach you on the phone we will reply to your email to let you know we have made the bookings and sent you the “pay by” link.
Campers will have 48 hours to pay for the booking before it is canceled.
- There is a surcharge of $2 per night for bookings made directly through the office.
- We will allocate you the nicest site we have left, there will be a surcharge to change sites once we have allocated a site at the time of booking .
Please call into the office before setting up. If the office is unattended please call the out of hours contact number on the office window, to receive further instructions.
If you have not already completed your the COVID check in process, we will ask you to do so upon arrival.
Upon arrival we will also provide you with a campers car pass, an access code to the toilets, and a map to your camping site
Check In / Check Out Times
Check in time is strictly after 1 pm. The office does not open for arrivals until 1 pm.
Upon check in we will provide you with a map of the sites, the toilet access code and your campers car pass
Your campers car pass will grant you free entry to the reserve over the weekend when the ticket box is open, it also informs all our staff that you are paid up , (this will stop our team from waking you up really early in the morning with a bunch of silly questions!) please ensure that your car pass is clearly displayed on your dash
Check out time is 11.30 am.
Campfires are prohibited within the reserve at all times. Please report any campfires to 0408536143 immediately.
There is a noise curfew of 9.30 pm, please be considerate of your fellow campers. Drunken, noisy, antisocial behaviour WILL NOT be tolerated. Campers found to be disturbing the peace will be told to leave the park.
The site you have booked will be the site you must camp on, as we book out for most weekends over the Spring, Summer and Autumn periods we will not be able to swap you to a different site.
There will be a night ranger on duty, their phone number will be on the bottom of your campers car pass, please report any issues / antisocial behaviour immediately to this number.
Toilets and showers
The reserve has toilet and shower facilities available for use by campers.
Sites 1 to 56 also have access to a small camp kitchen which contains an electric stove, Fridge, sink and kettle, cooking equipment is required to be supplied by each camping group.
Sites 101 to 246 have access to a larger camp kitchen, again with an electric stove, Fridge, sink and kettle, cooking equipment is required to be supplied by each camping group. This camp kitchen also have several picnic tables inside to enable campers to get in out of the wet when eating if required.
Campers in the 300s are welcome to use the above camp kitchen, however the walk is up to 200 meters to reach this facility.
Washing machines. Over summer, laundries are available to service all areas of the campsites. No laundry facilities are available from the End of January through until the middle of December. The nearest laundromat is in Balnarring.
There are SHARED taps throughout the park. This is town water and is safe to drink. Individual taps for sites are not available
Chosen site and Rebooking.
Please note, whilst we endeavour to keep everyone on the site that they choose when booking, we reserve the right to move bookings to alternate sites if required. Campers that camp with us over any given period have 48 hours from the time of departure to rebook the same site for the same period. If you book a site that has where an existing camper has priority we will call you to discuss which site we will move you to.
All sites must be booked online, Sorry we do not accept bookings over the phone
Our online bookings portal is now accepting bookings for camping from Monday the 9th of November onward.
Bookings for the peak periods of the Summer School Holidays (including the Australia Day long weekend), Easter 4 day period (Good Friday to Easter Monday) and the Melbourne Cup and March Long Weekend holiday periods are allocated by ballot. For more information and to enter the ballot for any of these periods please select the desired period from the dropdown menu under the “camping information” drop down page at the top of this screen.
For bookings outside of these ballot periods please read on
To make a booking on-line please CLICK HERE
Campfires are now prohibited within the reserve at all times. Please report any campfires to 0408536143 immediately.
Winter Camping at Point Leo
Sites 1 to 249 are open all through winter for camping.
This now includes camping in seasonal campsites East
To make a booking please follow this link. We request all bookings to be made using this online system
For the opportunity to be able to select your camp-site from a map, please book from a desktop/laptop computer.
On our website, you are able to
- Check availability of areas and sites
- Select a site and make a booking.
- Book multiple sites under the one booking
- Find a current fee schedule
- Read when you can, and can not have fires, as well as all the other relevant park regulations.
If you have any further inquiries after you have made your booking please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Upon arrival please call into the office before setting up. If the office is unattended please call the out of hours contact number on the office window.
Arriving without a booking?
Bookings are required for campsites Friday to Sunday. If you arrive without a booking on a weekend we may not be able to accommodate you.
Bookings are recommended Sunday to Thursday. If you arrive without a booking and the office is closed please call the number on the office window. If you arrive stafter the office is closed at 4 pm you will not be able to choose your own campsite. We have 6 sites put aside for mid week campers that arrive after the office is closed, you will be allocated one of these.
Please… Help us protect our Nesting Shorebirds
It’s Spring! (well at least the calendar and the shorebirds think so) and that means that our red capped plovers are beginning to nest again. For those of you who haven’t heard of these beaut little birds, they are the small little white and grey birds found mostly on the sand between the surf life saving club and Shoreham. Their nests are super hard to see and their eggs are superbly camouflaged to blend in with the sand. Locally they are vulnerable (at risk of becoming endangered). We try to fence off the nests when we find them but there is a couple of simple things that you can do to help us look after these birds.
- Always keep your dogs on a lead
- During the nesting season keep to the hard packed sand when on the beach
More information can be found in this great article on the Shoreham community website, including details of a volunteer training day if you would like to participate in the monitoring and care of these birds on our beaches.