Getting there from Agnes Water
High clearance four-wheel-drive (4WD) access only.
From Agnes Water travel along Springs Road for 4km, follow the unsealed, sand track to the park’s northern boundary.
Middle Rock camping area is 14 km south of Agnes Water.
Wreck Rock camping area is 17 km south of Agnes Water.
Before you visit, check park alerts for the latest information about conditions at Broadwater Regional Park, particularly after wet weather, as road conditions change quickly.
The park’s diverse vegetation of coastal scrubs, eucalypt woodlands, wet heaths and sedgelands surround Deepwater Creek and its tributaries. Tannins and other substances leached from surrounding heath plants stain the creek water brown. The creek is fringed by tall forests of swamp mahogany, paperbark and cabbage palms, and is broken in places by shallow sections of reed bed and paperbark forest. In these areas water only flows during the wet season.
Deepwater supports diverse birdlife such as emus, red-tailed black-cockatoos, honeyeaters, brahminy kites and waterbirds. Nesting turtles frequent Deepwater Beach from October to April, turtle hatchlings emerge from the nests from January, usually at night.