Please note: the Ningaloo Coastal Reserves (excluding the Warroora Coast) are currently closed due to the aftermath of Cyclone Seroja and are expected to reopen on Wednesday, 14th April 2021, excluding South Lefroy Campground. The Warroora Coast has already reopened for day use and camping. South Lefroy Campground will remain closed until further notice. For further information on the impact of Cyclone Seroja and potential disruptions to travel plans, please refer to this page.
Camping along the Ningaloo Coast in two protected Coastal Reserves is a unique experience. You will discover pristine coastline and have access to amazing experiences in Coral Bay, Exmouth and the Cape Range National Park.
Located along the coast adjacent to and including part of Ningaloo Coast World Heritage Area and the Ningaloo Marine Park, the Nyinggulu Coastal Reserves stretch over 220 kilometres along the Ningaloo Coast and covers over 70,000 hectares, offering endless places to explore.
The reserves are the traditional home of the Baiyungu and Jinigudira people who are thought to have lived in the area for over 32,000 years. The reserve is jointly managed by traditional owners and the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions to protect the rich cultural heritage and natural values of the area.
Come for a day and visit one of the many places where you can walk along the beach, launch a boat, swim, surf, fish or snorkel or take your time exploring the area and camp overnight at one of the many campgrounds along the coast. Imagine waking up to the sound of waves lapping the shore and being presented with a view of the pristine waters of Ningaloo Marine Park.
Parks and Wildlife Service, in partnership with the Nyinggulu (Ningaloo) Coast Joint Management Body, are now managing coastal camping at Warroora Station and Ningaloo Station sites.
To learn more about camping along the Ningaloo Coast and book a camp site visit the Parks and Wildlife online booking at Explore Parks