The best camping near Kalbarri National Park

Discover the most magical spots to pitch your tent or park your rig on your next Kalbarri National Park adventure.

Hike to inland gorges, fields of wildflowers, and dramatic sea cliffs at this WA park.  

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Ajana - Kalbarri Rd Bush Camping

5 sites · RVs, Tents1600 acres · Geraldton, WA
Base camp - Kalbarri. Caravan friendly🤗 Nature based campsites. This bush camp is near Kalbarri, halfway from Perth to Carnarvon located on Eastough rd, Ajana-Kalbarri, 10 minutes off the North West Coastal Highway. Our property is a family-owned sheep farm. It offers bushland that is ideal for camping with access for both fwds, 2wds, towed boats or caravans. We are right on the edge of the Kalbarri National Park, 57km away (about a 38 minute drive) into Kalbarri. The Kalbarri Skywalk, which is one of Australia’s Coral Coast‘s most popular tourist attractions is 72km away (about a 50 minute drive) offering stunning views of the Murchison River Gorge and surrounding landscape. Look up at the stars, and enjoy what it feels like to be the only one in the world. Then rise to take in the beautiful sunrise, unhitch your caravan and head into Kalbarri for, a horseride, a swim, lunch, see the National Park, etc, returning early enough to put your feet up, relax in your own company, watching the beautiful sunset, and gaze up at the billions of stars in the Milky Way Galaxy. 🔥Fires are prohibited from 1st October - 7th April. Belinda
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The best camping near Kalbarri National Park guide



It might be a day’s drive from Perth, but the remote wilderness of Kalbarri National Park is still one of Western Australia’s most-visited parks. Hikers have plenty to get excited about here—windswept walks along jagged sea cliffs, epic photo ops at natural wonders like Nature’s Window, and inland gorge trails teeming with wildlife. Don’t miss the view over the Murchison River Gorge from the Kalbarri Skywalk and a swim in the Indian Ocean at Red Bluff Beach. There’s no camping in the park itself, but you’ll find private campgrounds and caravan parks in nearby Kalbarri and Port Gregory.

When to go

Dazzling displays of wildflowers bloom throughout the park in winter (June through August), and if you don’t mind the rain, the cooler weather makes it a good time for hiking. Summer temperatures can soar to 40°C, especially inland, so plan outdoor activities for early morning or late evening. The sweet spot lies in-between (March through May) when the warm, dry days are perfect for exploring. Just don’t expect to have the place to yourself—this is peak season.

Know before you go

  • Kalbarri National Park is located along the Coral Coast of Western Australia, about a 1-hour 45-minute drive north of Geraldton. All roads in the park are accessible by 2WD, but caravans and trailers are not allowed in the Inland section of the park. 
  • A per-vehicle day pass is required for the Inland section of the park, while access to the coastal section is free. 
  • Park facilities include restrooms and picnic areas. There are shops, gas stations, and restaurants in Kalbarri town at the edge of the national park. 
  • There are accessible lookout points, picnic areas, and restaurants throughout the park.

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