Camping near Albany

Pristine beaches, historic whaling stations, and Indigenous sites—this is the ultimate Oz experience.

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Panorama Caravan Park

36 sites · RVs, Tents20 acres · Big Grove, WA
Panorama Caravan Park is Albany’s Waterfront Caravan Park, located just a few minutes from the Torndirrup National Park. With large nature-based caravan and camping sites we are the perfect Caravan Park to visit the Bald Head Trail, The Gap and Natural Bridge as well as Albany’s Historic Whaling Station. Panorama Caravan Park is a family owned and operated business which is focused on providing a friendly and welcoming environment to all. Duncan and Annita are the second generation in the Dall family to own and operate Panorama Caravan Park. With the two of them growing up in the Albany region, they care about the town and love to show off everything it has to offer. Please note: while we do our best to allocate you your requested site, you may be moved to a different site on arrival due to changes at the park. All our sites are spacious and in great locations!
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Mondurup Escape - Kendenup

14 sites · RVs, Tents75 acres · Kendenup, WA
This beautiful property is a 75-acre farm and vineyard, overlooking the Stirling Ranges, with a tree-lined stream separating the property into two halves. It is a stone's throw from the neighbouring cellar door, and visitors are encouraged to participate in seasonal activities, and sample and enjoy the local produce. It is near Stirling Range National Park and Porongurup National Park and Skywalk, with unique flora and fauna, mountain climbing, and walking experiences. Plus just as close to the coast, but far from the crowds. Choose relaxation or adventure. There are several sites to choose from, some with access to the toilet facilities and others where you will need to be completely self-contained. Please refer to the site descriptions for more details. We can welcome a small/medium breed dog per booking, however, they must never be left unattended and we ask that you please be responsible for picking up dog waste. Campfires are permitted during the months of May- September subject to conditions/local fire restrictions.
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Stunning Rockcliffe Vineyard

6 sites · RVs90 acres · Scotsdale, WA
The Rockcliffe vineyard was originally an apple orchard. In 1990, the first vines were planted, and in 2007 we built a "State of the Art winery", which is located on the property. Rocklicffe is now the biggest winery in the region. We sell wines all over the world and in Australia. We focus on producing small batches of high-quality wines, all of which can be tasted at the Rockcliffe Cellar Door. We welcome self-contained travelers to come and stay for 1, 2 or 3 nights maximum. You can choose to book one of our newly levelled bays where you will be amongst the vines, or you can park your van or pitch your tent in the paddock opposite the cellar door during summer when it is dry. It is important you have your own toilet, as we do not offer facilities here. The place is very quiet, being in a rural setting, but only 4km from Denmark town. If you are a cyclist this is an ideal place to stay. We have a mountain biking track that goes around the vines, paddocks, and through the forests, all of which are part of the beautiful Rockcliffe property. The camping areas are a very short walk to the cellar door where you can taste all of our delicious wines or treat the kids to Gelato and Fudge. We offer Cheese & Meat Platters daily as well as Pizza's for lunch on Saturday and Sundays.
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Denmark Farmhouse Cheese

6 sites · RVs50 acres · Scotsdale, WA
Denmark Farmhouse Cheese and Ducketts Mill Wines is a 50 acre property with 10 acre vineyard. We have 4 sites available for self-contained caravan/campers (eg. MUST have own toilet, shower, potable water, grey water catchment). Please check with us for availability before booking. The Cheese Factory produces over 35 different flavours/varieties of Cheese, We offer cellar sales of wine, cheese, chocolates, preserves, fudge, Cafe/Restaurant, coffee, cakes and lots more. The property is located 10 minutes drive from William Bay/Greens Pool.
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Karri Getaway

1 site · RV, Tent120 acres · Kordabup, WA
**Please Note - Due to flooding damage last winter we lost our water supply to the bush baths and showers so they are unavailable until further notice. Please message us if unsure. Thank you for your patience.** This property has 70 acres of lush Karri forest with the original old logging trails from approximately 100 years ago, which make for beautiful nature walks. The track through the forest, for the main campsite is about 3.5m wide and and can get a little slippery so caution is needed but can be done in small and large vehicles (probably not big RV). There is open air bath and shower which is heated from an old brae-mar hot water system. There is one transportable long drop toilet near the site and a fire pit for cooking and sitting around but other from that you have to be self sufficient. There is access to drinking water.. If the campsite is unavailable or you don't won't to drive through the forest, you are welcome to set up camp on the green pasture on the hill with great views but there are NO amenities there and you would have to be completely self-contained. We are approximately a 10 minute drive from the beautiful Greens pool and Elephant Rocks beach, and about 15 minutes' drive to the town of Denmark, WA. Pets on leashes are welcome. For any further queries you're welcome to contact Dean via messages.
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Sunset on the Hill

14 sites · RVs, Tents180 acres · Kordabup, WA
You will be positioned overlooking our beautiful dam/lake from there is our gorgeous paddocks with cows, horses, and sheep. Your view extends to our beautiful Jarrah Forrest. You could fill your day with activities such as fishing for fresh marron or perhaps paddle on the lake in our paddle boat or kayaks. You could also​ go for walks around the property. It is also a lovely spot to just relax and enjoy the beautiful view. Leave no trace - there is no facilities here, guests will need to be self sufficient and bring their own camping toilet. There is no water or power provided. Please note we allow pets but the must be restrained as we do have working dogs on the farm - Happy for your dog/cat/budgie to enjoy our beautiful farm freely as long as they are happy with our four dogs. Our dogs are super friendly
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The Ridge

2 sites · RVs, Tents200 acres · Albany, WA
Located on a rise between the Porongurup and Stirling range, this property provides panoramic views of both ranges. The property is close to Porongurup village centre, wineries, and Porongurup national park, while only 15 min from the town of Mount Barker. The Ridge is within 45 min of fantastic beaches east of Albany and the Stirling range national park There is plenty for the nature lover in this area. The property itself has over 20 ha of native bushland, and is adjoining twin creeks nature reserve.
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Eddies Beach Farm, Forest Hill

1 site · RV95 acres · Forest Hill, WA
We only accept one booking at a time, so you're guaranteed privacy and plenty of space, as you have the entire property to yourselves. 20% discount for weeknights, that is Sunday night through to Thursday night. Come alone or bring your group to camp on our 95 acres of peace and quiet, on our off-grid property in Forest Hill. Note: There is no actual beach at Eddies Beach. Campers must be self-contained, with their own camp toilet, and leave no trace. The nearest dump point is the Tourist Information Centre on Albany Hwy, Mt Barker 19km away. Groups of up to 6 families (people who know each other) can be accommodated at any one time. As you are the only ones camping, you're welcome to make a bit of noise (music, generators etc). The rate is $38 for up to two adults, per night, $18 per extra adult per night, and any accompanying children (under 18) are free. Note: Please still add children to the booking, you will not be charged, but it's important we know numbers. Whilst the Hipcamp website considers children as anyone under 13 years of age, we consider them as anyone under 18, and are happy for you to create the booking accordingly. Campfires are permitted in the designated area only, provided conditions are suitable and there are no local fire bans. Firewood can be provided. Whilst any time is good for camping, we recommend trying to time your trip with the New Moon and Full Moon - the skies here are brilliant at night! Marvel at the Milky Way from your hammock, or see the countryside lit up at night by the full moon. Well-behaved, trained, socialised and fully vaccinated pets are welcome too. Telstra and Optus work in most areas. We have free WIFI at the campsite (Starlink). We are located 19km from Mt Barker, surrounded by local wineries, including West Cape Howe, Poachers Ridge, Arcadia and Gilberts. The property makes a great base camp for day trips to Denmark, Albany, Mt Barker, Stirling Ranges and the Porongurup Ranges. Meanwhile back at the ranch: Barista coffee and tea are available by arrangement. Saturday nights BYO drinks happy hour from 6pm on the back patio. Wood fired pizzas available by arrangement with 24 hours notice. Minimum order for pizzas is Contact host to arrange. IMPORTANT: NO FIREARMS. NO SWIMMING IN DAMS. Be mindful, this is a working property. No entry to sheds without prior approval from management. The dams and streams are unfenced, care should be exercised around these areas especially with small children. For those campers who need extra sleeping arrangements for friends or family who wish to join your camp and don't have the ability to camp, we may be able to offer a solution. Speak to us directly when making the booking. We look forward to welcoming you. The property is new for camping and under continual improvement, so we would love your feedback. We are not a commercial campground. We have two (2) pet enclosures that measure approx. 1.8 x 4 mt, half enclosed with video surveillance so you can keep an eye on your pet from your phone while you enjoy the wineries, mountain climbing, national parks or just a day out by yourselves. The pet owner is required to provide bedding, water and food for the pet in the enclosure.
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Twisted Willow

1 site · RV5 acres · Albany, WA
Twisted Willow is a 15-acre property situated approx 3.5km from Albany city centre and approximately 3.5- 4 km to Middleton Beach and Emu Point. We currently run self-contained cottages on the property, although we have a lovely spot in the far corner of the property that we can offer for a fully self-contained caravan or RV. The site offers these guests views of a large lake equipped with kayaks, a paddleboat, and 6 acres of landscaped grounds. This central but peaceful location allows you to enjoy everything that Albany offers; Beaches, amazing hiking, history, fishing, bike riding, and more.
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“Normies”

6 sites · RVs, Tents200 acres · Albany, WA
240acres of sheep grazing country on the Albany Highway, 5km south of Mount Barker. Camp on top of the Hill in the Paddock with an amazing south facing view! Perfect location as it’s only 5km to Mt Barker or 40km to Albany. The Stirling Ranges and Porongurp national parks are around the corner as well as only 43km to Denmark. Shade provided by natural bush and plenty of room. No power. No water. No toilet.
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Mildura Peaceful Land Stay

3 sites · RVs, Tents12 acres · Kendenup, WA
We are in the heart of the amazing Stirling Ranges in the Great Southern. Bluff Knoll is a short drive and ready to amaze you ! 55 minutes from the amazing coastlines of Denmark and Albany. The Porongorup ranges are 25 minutes away. We have some of the best wineries in WA local to us and of course the best wildflowers in WA. Dogs are welcome but must be on a lead at all times.
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Home and Hound Kendenup

1 site · Lodging28 acres · Albany, WA
Welcome to Home and Hound Kendenup, a haven of tranquility in the heart of the Great Southern region of WA. Established in late 2021 by a Perth couple seeking a lifestyle change, our farmstay echoes the charm of its predecessor, the beloved 'Big Bird and Wolf Chalets,' which delighted guests since 2001. Remaining true to its dog-friendly roots, Home and Hound offers three enchanting chalet options, preserving the welcoming spirit that made it a favorite. Our 30-acre property, just 8km from Kendenup township and 15km from Mt Barker, boasts dog exercise areas, an ornamental lake, and breathtaking views of the Stirling Ranges from the hilltop. As stewards of sustainability, we take pride in our eco-friendly practices. Rainwater sustains the entire property, and our commitment to reducing waste includes recycling single-use plastics as seedling trays in our large greenhouse. Embracing renewable energy, we utilize solar power while the sun is out, while wood fires, sourced from our own trees, provide warmth in winter. Our flourishing fruit trees and indoor vegetable garden yield seasonal delights, and our resident chickens not only enjoy food scraps but also gift us with farm-fresh eggs. Experience the serenity of Home and Hound, where a blend of history, nature, and sustainability creates an inviting retreat for both humans and their furry companions.
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Camping near Albany guide

Overview

A former historic whaling station, the township of Albany, is perfectly located on the ocean, and near several of Western Australia's best national parks. Nature-based highlights are easy drives from town: King George Sound, the cliffs of Torndirrup National Park and white sandy beaches (Middleton Beach is a winner). To get here, you wind along the South Coast Highway (Hwy 1), past waterways and sheltered inlets, some of which is backed by thick forests, including the Valley of the Giants. Wilderness campers are spoilt for choice around Denmark and West Cape Howe, with top beach-front camping spots, some shaded by peppermint trees. Many camping areas are free; some are walk in only.

Albany & Vicinity

An historic whaling centre, Albany is an interesting mix of local commerce and tourism. The town’s beaches, the delightful Middleton Beach and Emu Beach, face King George Sound (in winter, you might see pods of whales with their calves taking shelter here). Albany’s central camping options are holiday parks and tourist & caravan parks (with full amenities), with plenty of sites for camper trailers, caravans and tents. For a great choice of bush-based campgrounds, head to the surrounding national parks that are run by the Parks & Wildlife Service.

Denmark

With a population of 3,000, the tiny town of Denmark packs a big punch, especially when it comes to natural surrounds. Denmark is a useful gateway to the Valley of the Giants, a spectacular tree top walk within the canopy of ancient tingle trees. Great beaches include Ocean Beach, or plunge in the turquoise rock pools at William Bay National Park. Closer to town there’s great walks: stroll along the heritage trail or the Wilson Inlet Trail. Most of Denmark’s camping choices are a short drive from the town centre, while others are located along the coast. Most have sites for camper trailers, caravans and tents.

Stirling Range National Park

Photographers flock to this beautiful park, especially in wildflower season (September to December). Comprising over 1100sq km, the park is a series of rugged peaks and gullies. Striking cliff faces and over 1500 of flora species are star attractions, as are spectacular cloud formations. The place to stay is Stirling Range Retreats and there are rammed-earth cabins if you don’t want to pitch your tent or sleep in your van. Also on the northern boundary and offering different options are Mt Trio Bush Camping and Caravan Park2. Don’t miss a wildflower and orchid bus tour in season.

When to go

This is a year-round destination, though January and February see hotter summer temperatures. Spring and summer are perfect for the beach stops though West Australian school holidays bring statesiders to the coasts and parks (dates change annually). Whale watching season is from around September to December. You can visit the national parks at any time of year, though be aware that conditions in Stirling Range National Park are particularly subject to unpredictable changes in the weather at any time.

Know before you go

  • Denmark or Albany are the best places to buy supplies. Denmark has wineries, too.
  • Many campsites are free; these have no facilities.
  • This area is remote; mobile phone service can be patchy outside the main towns.
  • Public transport is limited, but not impossible.
  • With the exception of the serviced holiday parks and in-town campgrounds, you’ll need to take your own water.
  • Stirling Range National Park experiences unpredictable changes in the weather, including hail and rain (hikers must take precautions).

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