Camping Tours in Western Australia

Camping Tours in Western Australia

Camping Tours in Western Australia:

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Sleep beneath a star-filled sky! Wake up amidst wildflowers or to the sound of the ocean and greet wildlife! Or, simply marvel at the billions-of-years old pre-historic gorges, mountains and waterfalls. Welcome to Western Australia’s boundless opportunities for camping adventures!

Conditions to be met while camping;

Accommodation providers and campers must meet the following conditions as per the “Caravan Parks and Camping Grounds Act 1995”;

  • Caretakers, Rangers and Police are Authorized Officers; their lawful direction must be followed.
  • Potable water may not be available on site.
  • Each campsite must have a chemical toilet; on-site toilets are for day users only.
  • Sullage disposal points should be made available.
  • During Camping Season, check-in with the caretaker to be directed to a suitable site.
  • Camp only within the existing campsites.
  • Maintain a 3-metre clearance between sites.
  • Site must be left tidy and clean on departure.
  • Bins are for household rubbish only; rubbish must be placed in the bins or removed.
  • Wrap and bin fish offal; do not discard in the water or around the beach and camp areas.
  • Bring your own firewood for cooking fires; no existing foliage to be damaged.
  • No open fires of any type on very high or higher fire danger days.
  • Anti-social behaviour is not tolerated.
  • Dogs are permitted under provisions of the Dog Act 1976.
  • Be courteous with the use of generators; switch off between 10 pm and 6 am.
  • Drive only on existing tracks; watch for wildlife, vehicles and pedestrians. 

Campsites from Perth to Broome


1. Perth Hills Discovery Centre

The Perth Hills Discovery Centre is an amazing location to get away from the demands of big city life. This venue is perfect for a quick weekend getaway. It is located in close proximity to Perth and Mundaring within the Beelu National Park.  The campsite is nestled within the forest and offers many picturesque trails to walk and cycle. It also rewards you with glimpses of C.Y. O’Connor Lake.


  • Hot showers
  • Camp kitchen

Address: 380 Allen Rd, Mundaring WA 6073, Australia

Phone: +61 8 9295 2244


2. Camping Tours in Western Australia: Discovery Parks – Swan Valley

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The Swan Valley is noted for its fertile soil, uncommon in the Perth region, and tourism-based destinations. These include numerous wineries such as the huge complex at Houghton, the state’s biggest producer, and Sandalford and also many small family-owned concerns. There are also several microbreweries and rum distilleries. The Swan Valley is served by roadside local-produce stalls which sell seasonal produce throughout the year. Grapes, melons, asparagus, stone fruits, citrus and strawberries are grown and sold in the Swan Valley.

The Discovery Parks of Swan Valley is set in a beautiful surrounding. It is perfect for a family holiday or a romantic getaway for two. Located in the heart of the Swan Valley wine region, it can be reached with a 25-minutes-drive from Perth CBD. Family fun is guaranteed by Whiteman Park, Caversham Wildlife Park and the township of historic Guildford. 


  • Caravan storage sites
  • Camp kitchen, BBQ
  • Playground, swimming pool
  • WiFi lounge
  • Pet friendly

Address: 91 Benara Rd, Caversham WA 6055, Australia

Phone: +61 8 9279 6700



1. Lancelin Holiday Park

Enjoy a relaxing weekend or a beautiful extended holiday at Lancelin Holiday Park. The site is situated amidst aqua beaches, epic sand dunes and windsurfing spots. The holiday park has a range of accommodation facilities near stunning beaches.


  • Swimming pool
  • Spa
  • Pet friendly
  • Fully powered caravan bays 
  • Unpowered tent sites

Address: Hopkins Street, Lancelin, WA 6044, Australia

Phone: +61 8 9655 1056



1. Nambung Station Stay

Nambung Station Stay is a farm stay, spread out on a 2500-hectare sheep and cattle farm. The campsite is located near the Pinnacles and Nambung National Park. It provides various accommodation options in a nature-based park. The venue provides farm tours and access to the Painted Desert (part of Pinnacles).


  • Camp kitchen
  • Caravan park
  • Ablutions
  • Bed-and-breakfast accommodation
  • On-site caravans
  • Powered and unpowered sites

Address:   2269 Wongonderrah Rd, Nambung WA 6521, Australia

Phone: +61 8 9652 4048



1. RAC Cervantes Holiday Park

RAC Cervantes Holiday Park is situated north of Perth and south of Geraldton, on the scenic Indian Ocean Drive. This holiday park is situated near the Pinnacles, Nambung National Park. Spectacular wildflowers regions are located near to it too. Further, it is a perfect spot to enjoy kitesurfing, windsurfing, adventure walking, boating, fishing, swimming, skydiving and scenic helicopter flights.


  • Beachfront powered and unpowered caravan and campsites 
  • Cabins, tents and villas
  • Gift shop
  • Seashells café 
  • Heated pool
  • Pet friendly

Address: 35 Aragon St, Cervantes WA 6511, Australia

Phone: +61 8 9652 7060


Jurien Bay

1. Jurien Bay Tourist Park

Jurien Bay Tourist Park is a very popular destination on the beach with a jetty right in front of it. It is located a 3-hour drive north of Perth. The venue is at the heart of the wildflower region and near to the Pinnacles. All amenities are within walking distance from the campsite. Accommodation is available to suit all budgets.


  • Camping and caravan sites
  • On-site caravans with annexes
  • Luxury chalets
  •  All-day entertainment for children
  • Pet friendly

Address: Roberts St, Jurien Bay WA 6516, Australia

Phone: +61 8 9652 1595



1. Murchison House Station

The Murchison House working station has a history of over 150 years.  It contains over 60 km of rugged Indian Ocean coastline and over 30 km of Murchison River floodplains. The station is situated on the tranquil banks of the Murchison River. It adjoins the Kalbarri National Park too. The venue offers homestead and bush camping.  Have a real outback experience at this working station!


  • Camping facilities along the riverbank
  • Bush camping for self-sufficient 4WD vehicles

Address: 5618 Ajana-Kalbarri Rd, Kalbarri WA 6536, Australia

Phone: +61 8 9937 1998


2. Kalbarri Tudor Holiday Park

The family-friendly Kalbarri Tudor Holiday Park is right in the middle of the town centre. The holiday park caters for all budgets. Thus, most shops and amenities and the local beach are well within your easy reach. Check out the recently opened skywalk! 


  • Powered and unpowered sites
  • Cabins, pool villas, motel units
  • Swimming pool
  • Playground equipment

Address: 10 Porter St, Kalbarri WA 6536, Australia

Phone: +61 8 9937 1077


Shark Bay

1. Bottle Bay Camping

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Camping Tours in Western Australia: The park features a bush camping area at Bottle Bay with basic facilities. The camping area is accessible only by high-clearance 4WD vehicles. Campers are advised to be self-reliant and to bring drinking water adequate for the stay. Caravans are not recommended due to the narrow and soft sand tracks. The campground is operated on the ‘first come first serve’ basis.


  • Gas BBQs
  • Toilets

Address:  Francois Peron National Park WA 6537, Australia

Phone: +61 8 9948 1208


2. Hamelin Pool Caravan Park

The Hamelin Pool Caravan Park is located in the Shark Bay world-heritage-listed area. Enjoy the delicious meals, a choice of milkshakes, snacks, speciality coffee or tea in the tea room.


  • Powered and unpowered tents
  • Caravan sites
  • Air-conditioned units
  • Camp kitchen and BBQ
  • Toilets and showers
  • Freshwater
  • Pet friendly

Address: Hamelin Pool WA 6532, Australia

Phone: +61 8 9942 5905


3. Homestead Campgrounds

The Homestead Campgrounds is located on the secluded Dirk Hartog Island, Shark Bay. 


  • Camp kitchen
  • Gas BBQ, fire pit, food preparation area and sink
  • Toilets and hot showers

Address: Dirk Hartog Island WA 6537, Australia

Phone: +61 8 9948 1211



1. RAC Exmouth Cape Holiday Park

RAC Exmouth Cape Holiday Park is at the gateway to Ningaloo Reef. It offers several accommodation options. This holiday park is popular amongst backpackers.


  • Self-contained cabins, chalets, motel rooms, en-suite sites
  • Powered and unpowered caravan sites
  • Backpackers and campers facilities
  • Outdoor pool, lagoon swimming pool, children’s wading pool
  • Camp kitchen, BBQ
  • Games room, playground
  • WiFi

Address: 3 Truscott Cres, Exmouth WA 6707, Australia

Phone: +61 8 9949 1101


2. Yardie Homestead

Yardie Homestead is located at the gateway to the Cape Range National Park. Set up camp at this venue and rediscover the joy and simplicity of camping. Yardie Homestead generates its own power due to the isolated location of the campsite. As such, restrictions do apply. The use of toasters, electric jugs or fry pans, heaters, air conditioners or conventional microwaves is not allowed. 


  • Powered caravan and camping sites
  • Unpowered caravan and camping sites
  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • Air conditioning
  • Restaurant
  • Tennis court
  • Laundry facilities
  • Camp kitchen, BBQ

Address: Yardie Creek Rd, Exmouth WA 6707, Australia

Phone: +61 8 9949 1389



1. Cleaverville Campsite

Camping Tours in Western Australia: Clearville Campsite is located 20 minutes northwest of Karratha. It is a popular spot for camping. This campsite offers bush camping and basic camping facilities. Bring plenty of drinking water as it is not available on-site. 


  • Boat ramp
  • Public toilets
  • Sullage disposal points
  • Pet friendly

Address: Cleaverville Rd, Cleaverville WA 6714, Australia


Port Hedland

1. Turf Club Free Camping Area

This free campsite allows guests to camp from May till the end of August. Travellers driving fully self-contained RV vehicles can camp here for two nights. These self-contained vehicles should contain showers and a toilet as well. Further, they should also contain all the waste for later disposal.

Address:  McGregor St, Port Hedland WA 6721, Australia



1. Camping Tours in Western Australia: Mango Campground 

Mango Campground is situated in old Broome, a short walk from Town Beach. This area is famous for the Staircase to the Moon phenomenon. It is also in close proximity to shops, restaurants and cafés. The town bus service is accessible from here. Thus, you can commute around Broome economically.


  • Ablution facilities
  • Coin operated washing machines
  • Camper’s kitchen
  • Small refrigerator for extra fee

Address: 1 Robert St, Broome WA 6725, Australia

Phone: +61 8 9195 0003


2. Broome Vacation Village

Broome Vacation Village offers you the perfect place to relax and unwind. Enjoy the many attractions that Broome has to offer making the Vacation Village as your base.


  • Camping facilities
  • Self-contained studio cabins, self-contained chalets
  • Bus stop directly outside the entrance
  • En-suite sites with shower/toilet facilities
  • Camp kitchen, BBQ
  • Air-conditioning
  • Internet access 

Address:  122 Port Dr, Minyirr WA 6725, Australia

Phone: +61 8 9192 1057


Tips for staying safe on a camping trip

Staying safe from wildlife

  • Don’t leave out food that might attract animals
  • Keep tents zipped and doors closed
  • Beware of inland bodies of water which may contain crocodiles
  • Wear sturdy shoes and make a lot of noise when you are walking in grass or bush. Snakes and spiders don’t want to come into contact with you either.

Staying safe from bush-fire

  • While in national parks and free campsites, check the rules on open fires.
  • Follow the specific fire bans especially during the dry months.
  • It is illegal to collect firewood and kindling in national parks. 

All you need to know about Australia’s insects:

Australia’s deadly world of arachnids, reptiles and insects is an off-putting factor for many travellers.  Many people on a Perth to Broome coach tour also may feel the same. As such, let us put the record straight. Let’s debunk a few myths about what might lurk in the long grass of your new backyard.

  • Common Spiders

Here are some facts about spiders: Yes, some of them are big. Big and crawly. Yes, some of them are poisonous. But, Arachnids have not been responsible for any fatalities in Australia for decades.

  • Funnel Web Spiders

However, take care not to get bitten by Funnel Web Spider because it’s one of the deadliest spiders in the world. There are forty different species of Funnel Web Spiders. If you suspect you have been bitten by one of them, dash over to A&E. 

Signs when bitten by a Funnel Web Spider are as follows;

– Tingling sensations around the lips 

– Sweating 

– Nausea 

– Vomiting 

– Headache 

– High blood pressure 

  • Black Widow Spiders

The Black Widow Spider does not bite unless it is provoked in any way. As this is a very poisonous spider, get anti-venom as quick as possible. 

  • Snakes

Snakes are a deadly menace and it is these unforgiving inhabitants you need to be mostly wary of. Australia is home to seven species of the 10 most poisonous snakes in the world. Among the most feared are the Eastern Brown snake and the Australian Tiger snake. Worse still is the not-at-all misleadingly named ‘Death Adder.’

  • Jumper Ants

The jumper ants are venomous, scavenging carnivores.  They are responsible for more deaths in Tasmania than sharks, snakes, wasps and spiders combined.  However, only four Tasmanians have died of a Jack Jumper sting in the last 30 years. As such don’t let your irrational fears spoil your wonderful holiday.

Camping Tours in Western Australia

Backpacker Accommodation in Western Australia

Backpacker Accommodation from Exmouth to Broome

When you arrive in Coral Bay or Exmouth, the first concern of a backpacker might be finding affordable accommodation.  There are many hostels that provide front door access to the underwater playground. These are economical too. Here are a few suggestions;


1. Escape Backpackers Exmouth YHA Hostel

Escape Backpackers Exmouth YHA Hostel is situated in the centre of Exmouth. It is the perfect spot from which to plan a Ningaloo Reef experience. 

Address: 561 Murat Rd, Exmouth WA 6707, Australia

Contact Number: +61 8 9949 1200

Email: [email protected]

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2. Winston’s Backpackers

Address: 1112 Murat Rd, Exmouth WA 6707, Australia

Contact Number: +61 8 9949 2377

Email: [email protected]

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3. YHA Potshot Resort

YHA Potshot Resort offers an enjoyable and relaxed accommodation. This venue caters to all your holiday needs. Lots of like-minded backpackers to keep you company during your stay in Exmouth stay here.

Address: 561 Murat Rd, Exmouth WA 6707, Australia

Contact Number: +61 8 9949 1200

Email: [email protected]

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4. RAC Exmouth Cape Holiday Park

RAC Exmouth Cape Holiday Park is at the gateway to Ningaloo Reef.  If offers a children’s playground and a swimming pool.  This holiday park is popular among backpackers.  

Address: 3 Truscott Cres, Exmouth WA 6707, Australia

Contact Number: +61 8 9949 1101

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1. Beaches of Broome

Relax in the lounge, watch a movie or shoot pool with your friends. Or simply laze around next to the sparkling swimming pool.

Address: 4 Sanctuary Rd, Cable Beach WA 6726, Australia

Contact Number: +61 1300 881 031

Email: [email protected]

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2. Kimberley Travellers Lodge

Kimberley Travellers Lodge is situated at the centre of Broome. It offers various accommodation packages at affordable prices.

Address: 9a Bagot St, Djugun WA 6725, Australia

Contact Number: +61 8 9193 7778

Email: [email protected]

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3. Kimberley Klub YHA

Kimberley Klub YHA offers several types of accommodation for any budget. 

Address:  62 Frederick St, Broome WA 6725, Australia

Contact Number: +61 8 9192 3233

Email: [email protected]

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4. Roey Backpackers and Party Bar

Roey Backpackers is 5 km away from Broome. Featured accommodation includes a bar, free parking and restaurant. 

Address: 33 Carnarvon St, Broome WA 6725, Australia

Contact Number: +61 8 9192 1221


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5. Cable Beach Backpackers

Cable Beach Backpackers is one of the best budget hostels in Broome. The affordable prices will help the backpackers save a lot of money.

Address: 12 Sanctuary Rd, Cable Beach WA 6726, Australia

Contact Number: +61 1800 655 011

Email: [email protected]

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Backpacker Jobs in Western Australia

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