The best camping near Karlamilyi National Park

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Embark on an epic adventure at Karlamilyi National Park, where the rugged outback beckons the intrepid. Traverse the largest and most remote national park in Western Australia, exploring its ancient landscapes, diverse wildlife, and rich Aboriginal heritage. With no facilities, this park is a true wilderness experience for those prepared to be fully self-sufficient.

When to go

The best time to visit Karlamilyi National Park is between April and September, when the weather is milder. Summer temperatures can soar above 40°C, making outdoor activities challenging. Plan your visit to avoid the extreme heat and enjoy the park's natural beauty comfortably.

Know before you go

  • Extreme temperatures are common; visit during cooler months and always carry ample water.
  • Four-wheel drive vehicles are essential for navigating the rough, unmaintained tracks.
  • Be prepared for remote travel with adequate supplies, communication, and medical equipment.
  • Respect the land and the Martu Aboriginal people, the traditional owners of the park.
  • Check local conditions and obtain necessary permits before your journey.

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