Pristine Cape Range National Park near the town of Exmouth offers some amazing outback adventures from four wheel driving to gorge hiking and bush walking - and it adjoins a stunning coastline where you can swim and snorkel.
Camping in Western Australia's natural areas is a special experience. Camp sites within the Cape Range are now bookable online. For more information and to book your site visit the Parks and Wildlife website.
The area is known for the striking contrast of turquoise waters and sandy beaches of Ningaloo Marine Park, and the rugged scenery of Cape Range.
Hire a four wheel drive and explore some of the park's famous attractions including Shothole and Charles Knife canyons. A five-kilometre bushwalking trail connects the two and offers some stunning outback scenery. Or join a tour from Exmouth to learn more from a knowledgeable guide on the landscape formations and history of the area.
Beneath the rocky plateaus is a network of hidden caves and tunnels that harbour unique cave-dwelling animals like wallabies. You can take a boat tour along the creek for the best views. At Mangrove Bay a bird hide helps you get up close to seabirds and waders.
Cape Range National Park is a half an hour drive from Exmouth. You can fly to Exmouth from Perth with Qantas - it's a 90minute flight.
For further information on attractions and camping in the region please contact the Exmouth Visitor Centre