The Location

Located 110kms east of Esperance, access to Kennedy’s Beach is off an extension to Exchange Road. The track leading to the site is accessible by 4WD only and difficult to traverse.

The site consists of minimal facilities (a fishing shelter and rotaloo). It is a popular fishing spot, with large herring, skippy and salmon being the most prevelant species caught.

A fishing shelter built in 1988 by the Esperance Surfcasters Club (ESC) is situated at the site. This site is not serviced and there are no bins provided at the site.

You can help to preserve these unique natural areas by observing the following rules:

  • Camping is allowed in designated bays only.
  • No open fires from 1 November to 30 April.
  • Please use toilets where provided to protect our environment and for the health of other campers.
  • Generators are to be set up within camp sites and only used between the hours of 7 AM – 10 PM.
  • Please put rubbish in the bin. If bins are full please take your rubbish with you.
  • Please respect the native environment by staying on tracks and not damaging live vegetation.
  • Please do not feed the wildlife.
  • Cats and dogs permitted. Must be on lead or contained within camp site.
  • There are no dumping points on site. The nearest dump disposal facility is located on Sheldon Road, Esperance. Please take a portaloo to campsites without facilities