Stevens Camp Warroora Station

Stevens Camp is located within Warroora Station situated on the Ningaloo coast in the North West of Western Australia.

About Stevens Camp

Stevens camp comprises of 18 campsites that are located up behind the sand dunes. Unlike other camp grounds such as 14 mile there are no campsites directly on the beach.

  • Visitors must have a chemical cassette toilet (More info here)
  • Camping fees apply
  • Camp fires are allowed in self-contained fire pits for certain times (Refer to the DPWA current campfire conditions page for details)
  • Generators are allowed
  • Dogs are permitted within designated areas and the campground (Must be on a leash)
  • No drinking water available
  • No showers available
  • No toilets available
  • A dump station is located at the homestead

How to get there

To get to Stevens Camp you must first head to Warroora station which is just over 11,000kms north of Perth and approximately 32km west of the North West Highway on the Minilya Exmouth Road.

Stevens camp is located 3.7kms north west of the Warroora homestead. Check out the link below for more info. Note, this camp is only accessible by 4WD vehicles.

Things to do

Similar to other campgrounds in Warroora Station, Stevens Camp is great for those that are wanting to get off the grid, escape from the crowds and enjoy some downtime. Some key activities to do at Stevens include fishing, kayaking, snorkelling and swimming. However, the main attraction for Stevens Camp is the surfing.

With a surf break right in front of the camp, Stevens Camp is a popular destination for those looking for some decent surf in the north west. There are two other areas of Waroora that have some surf though Stevens is the only one you can swim out to from the shore. The other two breaks require a boat or a jetski to get out to.

How to book Stevens Camp

Stevens camp can be booked online via the DPWA website. Click the link below to be taken to their online booking page.

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