While the facilities are basic in the laid-back Lime Bay State Reserve, there are plenty of compensations.
There are 1300 hectares of sheltered beaches and dry coastal woodlands to explore. The shoreline alternates between rocky sandstone bluffs and calm, sandy beaches supporting large populations of shorebirds. Lime Bay is adjacent to the camping area and is safe for youngsters. Although safe for youngsters, do be aware of unfenced cliffs in the area.
Picturesque Lagoon Beach lies in the lee of Sloping Island and is an easy 40 minute walk. Be on the lookout for wildlife. To the south of the track is a large lagoon frequented by black swans. Once over the dunes, the crystal clear water and the long stretch of glittering Lagoon Beach lies ahead. If you'd prefer to ride a mountain bike, there are a number of shared trails for family rides and some to test the hard-core adventurer.