Campgrounds in Western Australia

With 60 National Parks, Western Australia has some of the best campgrounds on offer.

Camping setup at Potters Gorge campground
Camp site at Potters Gorge in Wellington National Park

The range and type of camping experiences on offer are second to none. If you want a quick camping getaway then there are options within 1-2hrs from Perth (such as Potters Gorge), or for those wanting to escape and really experience the outback and remote wilderness, then campsites within the Pilbara and Kimberley region will provide this.

For more information select from the list below:

  • Dales Campground – located within the Karajini National Park (Pilbara Region), Dales campground offers large campsites that are located to key attractions within Karajini, including Fortescue Falls, Fern Pool, Circular Pool and Dales Gorge.
  • Walardi Campground – located within the south of Purnululu National Park, Walardi Campground is one of the outback camping grounds for those who are wanting to explore the Bungle Bungles. Note, that this site is only accessible by 4WD vehicles that have high clearance. If you are towing vehicles these must also be single axle and have high clearance.
  • Sandy Point (Dirk Hartog Island) – This is one of the six camping spots within Dirk Hartog Island National Park. Considered a remote camping experience, all visitors must ensure they are self-sufficient and come fully prepared. Note, this is only accessible by 4WD and all bookings are to be made through the Dirk Hartog Island Lodge.

Campgrounds map

More campgrounds will be added in the coming weeks.

Alternatively, if you can’t find the camp group you’re looking for be sure to check out the Park Stay page on the Parks and Wildlife website.

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