Top 5 Camping Spots in Western Australia 


Perth is often overlooked as a tourist destination in Australia, since it’s so far away. Any trip to get there is inherently more difficult than anywhere else in the country, save for a few remote spots in the northern territory. It is the worlds most isolated city, and many people see it is as some kind of hot and windy dustbowl full of rich miners.

But the city itself is surprising beautiful and for those who are after an adventurous holiday, there are numerous beautiful spots to camp in the surrounding area.


Get your campervan rental in Perth and then hit the open road to discover for yourself some of the most amazing scenery and experiences that Australia has to offer.

Birds Eye View of Perth's beaches and coastline Western Australia

All of these campgrounds and many more are best experienced by camping and the best way to go camping in Perth is to hire a camper van. That way you have all the freedom of a car and your aren’t tied down to some tourist company’s schedule.

But you also don’t have to suffer through all the inconveniences of camping, do away with those uncomfortable nights sleeping and all your things getting wet when it rains. Campervans are the way to go.

Turquoise Bay beach near Exmouth in Western Australia

Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park

Half way along the coastal Cape to Cape Track, south of Yallingup, you can camp beside a beautiful sandy beach and enjoy world-class surf breaks, excellent fishing and a spot of bird watching. For a truly memorable experience check out Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, it is one place that is not to be missed. While the surfing here is excellent be aware that one enters the sharks territory at one’s own risk

Cape Le Grand National Park

Australia’s whitest beach can be found on in Lucky bay, which is found in the Cape Le Grand National Park. This National Park is also often rated among the country’s top spots for bushwalking and camping under the stars. Join the kangaroos sunbathing on the beach, then take a solar heated shower after a dip in the ocean.

Francois Peron National Park

Take a four-wheel drive camping trip to Francois Peron National Park and you’ll discover some of the reasons why Shark Bay earned UNESCO World Heritage status. Its dramatic cliffs, white sandy beaches and red desert landscapes are a haven for rare and endangered species. For those who are truly craving an adventure holiday full of exotic creatures and breathtaking site there really is no way to go past but Francois Peron National Park

Purnululu National Park

Purnululu National park is home to the world heritage listed Bungle Bungle Range, one of the most unique and captivating ranges on Earth. Its curious beehive domes have taken shape over 350 million years, but remained hidden from the world until the 1980s. Take a closer look at Purnululu National Park and you will be amazed by the an environment that has existed for many thousands of years and barely been touched by human interruption. See it the way it was meant to be!

Beelu National Park

One of the first stops along the epic 1,000-kilometre Bibbulmun Track, from Kalamunda to Albany, the Perth Hills Centre in Beelu National Park gets you nearer to nature with bush camping and a good choice of hiking trails. This is one for those who like to get up close an [personal with nature. From the many camping grounds in Beelu National park you can set off on trails through the bushland that show you ho rough and rugged this brown land of ours can really be.

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