The Zoytdorp ( pronounced Zurtoff ) Cliffs that begin at Kalbarri to the South and end at Steep Point, make for some of the most awesome scenery you will ever lay your eyes on. These cliffs range from sea level to 170 metre's high and to see the Indian ocean swells pump into the clifface and rise, sometimes over the top will make for some of your most memorable photography and video
12 Mins of Leyland Bros Archival footage of Steep Point and Crayfish Bay 1966
Steep Point is now managed by the Department of Environment and Conservation, and is reputed to be one of the finest land based game fishing locations on the planet.
The narrow barred Spanish Mackerel being the most popular sought after species from the rocks.
This magnificent pelagic can range in size from around 6 kilo's to 35 - 40 kilo's and are 5 star eating quality. Some of the biggest Tailor ( Blue Fish ) in the world are caught here.
Nothing quite beats the thrill of experiencing a 5 or 6 kilo Tailor take a popper lure from 2 or 3 metres up on a rock ledge.
Hang on and have some fun.
Couple the above with Sailfish, Tuna, Cobia, Yellow Tailed Sea Kingfish, Mulloway, Snapper, Bluebone. The list goes on and on.
Steep Point, you'll love it!.
The fishing is only a part of the attraction.
Excellent camping sites and Spectacular scenery make Steep Point one of the premier camping holiday locations for those that just want to get away from it all.
Apologies to all visitors. The Steep Point Website is long overdue to be updated and we also have suffered a major collapse of the forum which has now been removed for now until another, hopefully better solution can be found.
Please bear with us and we will be back ASAP. For all enquiries and permit needed. Please visit shark bay