Deepwater National Park is an unspoilt coastal park with magnificent beaches and
great fishing. Surrounded by thick scrubland of banksia,
cabbage palms and rainforest species adorned with all sorts
of vines and thickets. Rainforest shelters the animals in
the southern parts of the parks while the bush opens up to
the west to more temperate varieties of vegetation. Swamps
are also common in the park.
Access to the park is via
Agnes Waters to the north and camping is permitted at Wreck
Rock, picnic tables and composting toilets are available. No
4WD driving on beaches is allowed because of the many
species of turtle that use the beaches for nesting.
watching is also a popular activity in the park. Permits
must be obtained before camping in the park.