About this campground
There are 11 tent-based campsites, including two for large groups. Each site features a secluded area for a tent, wood fireplace and a picnic table.
There is an island-like atmosphere with shelters and a fish cleaning table.
Fishing spots along the groyne can easily be reached via footpaths leading from the picnic site. Alternatively, the beach is less than a 500m walk away.
- the use of unlicensed off-road motorbikes or vehicles within Leschenault Peninsula Conservation Park is strictly forbidden.
- mosquito repellent is a must when visiting the Peninsula.
Canoeing and kayaking
Plants, wildlife and fungi
Visit the Atlas of Living Australia for a list of species recorded within a 5km radius of The Cut.
We recognise and acknowledge Wilman people as the traditional owners of Leschenault Peninsula Conservation Park.