Western Australia is a stunning state located in the south-western corner of Australia. It is the largest state in the country and is home to some of the most beautiful landscapes and beaches in the world.
From the stunning beaches of the Coral Coast to the rugged beauty of the Kimberley region, Western Australia has something to offer everyone. A trip to the state is sure to be an unforgettable experience.
The capital city, Perth, is a vibrant and modern city with plenty to see and do. From the Swan River to the Kings Park and Botanic Garden, there is something for everyone. There are also plenty of cultural activities to enjoy, such as the Perth International Arts Festival and the Fremantle Arts Festival.
For those looking to explore the great outdoors, Western Australia is home to some of the most stunning national parks in the country. The Pinnacles Desert, Karijini National Park and the Ningaloo Reef are all incredible places to visit.
No matter what type of holiday you are looking for, Western Australia has something for everyone. From stunning beaches to rugged landscapes, there is something for everyone to enjoy. So why not take a trip to Western Australia and experience it for yourself?
A great spot suitable for caravans right on a white sandy beach on the eastern side of Harvey Estuary. There are basic facilities and flushing toilets. This spot is popular during the peak season (Easter long weekend especially) and day visitors chasing the blue swimmers.
This is a commercial campground on the banks of Lake Navarino with a range of accommodation options. I don't normally include commercial campgrounds, but this one has bush camping away from the main area. The pricing is reasonable and it is a beautiful area.
Unfortunately it seems that camping is no longer permitted here (see comment at bottom of page). Very pretty little campground alongside the (fairly small) Yornaning Dam There are picnic tables, long drop toilets, wood fired barbecues and plenty of shade.
Basic camping on the Torbay Inlet, a short walk / boat trip to the ocean. If you have a 4wd (or don't mind a short walk), you can follow the track alongside the inlet through to the beach, which offers pretty good fishing. Some nice sized bream can be had in the estuary too.
Pink Lakes Campground is a campsite with 1 pitches in Pink Lake, Australia, located in the Western Australia region.
Normans Beach Campground is a campsite with 1 pitches in , Australia, located in the Western Australia region.
Beautiful, free, beachside campground at the eastern end of Two Peoples Bay near Albany. There are basic toilet facilities and rubbish bins provided. From February to April, this area is used by the commercial fishers and camping is not encouraged.
An attractive green camp by the upper Goulburn River (a rushing creek). Well shaded by tall Mountain Ash and wattles, surrounded by steep slopes forested with Messmate. A couple of open, sunny sites. Some sites slope. Kookaburras, rosellas, finches common. Lyrebirds might be seen.
Cape Le Grand
Lucky Bay Campground is a campsite with 1 pitches in Cape Le Grand, Australia, located in the Western Australia region.
Mason Bay Campground is a campsite with 1 pitches in Jerdacuttup, Australia, located in the Western Australia region.
Cape Le Grand
Le Grand Beach - Cape Le Grand National Park Campground is a campsite with 1 pitches in Cape Le Grand, Australia, located in the Western Australia region.
Plenty of sites. Long drop toilets newYou are able to launch a small boat from the beach (4wd only of course)AccessThis site is accessable by caravans in good weather.Getting thereSome unsealed roads to access. About 30 mins from Hopetoun
Wallaroo Overnight Camping Area Campground is a campsite with 1 pitches in Mount Palmer, Australia, located in the Western Australia region.
Canebreak Pool Campground is a campsite with 1 pitches in Treeton, Australia, located in the Western Australia region.
Free camping in the remains of an old mill town, suitable for caravans. Grimwade was a mill town, but all that is left of the old town site is some footings and scattered remnants. You can easily see where the houses once stood, with remnant gardens and fruit trees.
Well defined, flat (and sandy) campsites in Leschenault Conservation park on the edge of the Leschenault Estuary with the Ocean only a stones throw away. Most of the campsites are suitable for tents. There are half a dozen sites suitable for caravans or motorhomes.
Basic bush campground, with drop toilets and stunning views of Peak CharlesThe campsites are mostly level, and sandy, with plenty of room for camper trailers, tents or caravans. You will need to bring your own drinking water and pack your own rubbish out.
Basic Bush camping right on the Murray River within Lane Pool Reserve (near Dwellingup WA)This campground is best suited to those chasing a bit more privacy, as large groups aren't accommodated (each campsite will fit a maximum of two cars).
Kalgarin Nature Reserve Campground is a campsite with 1 pitches in Karlgarin, Australia, located in the Western Australia region.