Camping in Western Australia's natural areas is a special experience, and Cape Range National Park is one of them. 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.
Explore some of the park's famous attractions including Shothole and Charles Knife canyons, with a 5km bushwalking trail that connects the two and offers some stunning outback scenery, wildlife, and wildflowers in season. Check out Yardie Creek and Turquoise Bay for some more stunning scenery.
There are a range of campgrounds in the Park and coastal sites with eight (8) bookable through Explore Parks. They are in very high demand from April to October so bookings are recommended. The bookings apply to camp sites at:
- Osprey Bay
- Yardie Creek
- North Kurrajong
- Ned’s Camp
- North Mandu
For more information about the new online booking system contact the Parks and Wildlife Exmouth office on +61 8 9947 8000, or Milyering Discovery Centre on +61 8 9949 2808.
Check out these businesses to help you camp in the Park: