Spectacular Camel Rock is an ancient rock formation, comprised of folded 470 million year old turbidite beds that were created by underwater avalanches 450 million years ago.
There is a viewing platform for this popular scenic attraction, a picnic area in the shade of several large trees, toilet facilities and car and caravan parking.
Take the 1.5-kilometre walking track at the back of the viewing platform to Murunna Point, featuring elevated lookouts and panoramic ocean views.
Murunna Point is a significant Aboriginal place with views to Gulaga (Mt Dromedary) and Wallaga Lake as it opens to the sea.
Camel Rock Surf Beach is well known for its great surfing, swimming, snorkelling, rock pools to explore and fishing. The beach is patrolled during the summer months and is well sheltered if there is a north-easterly wind.
Parking is available at Camel Rock Beach car park, found along the unmarked road off Wallaga Lake Road.
If walking from Murunna Point, parking is available at Wallaga Lake Reserve along Wallaga Street.