The best camping near Nambung National Park

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Nambung Station Stay

44 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents5000 acres · Nambung, WA
Nambung is a 5,000 acre working sheep and cattle farm 2 hours north from Perth. We are surrounded by the Nambung National Park so there is always plenty of wildlife to see and wildflowers in season. We have a caravan park with powered or unpowered sites and onsite caravans for hire. Dog friendly (must be on a leash at all times). Toilets and shower amenities for guests. “Farm Biosecurity - Foot and Mouth Disease International visitors and Australians returning from Indonesia & Bali will need to have been in Australia for at least 7 days prior to visiting our farm.
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Billabong Bush Camp

1 site · RV, Tent160 acres · Nambung, WA
Available for bookings from mid April 2023. This is a new listing by cautious first-time Hosts looking for sustainable low-impact opportunities to share and affordably maintain and improve our beautiful property. Billabong Bush Camp offers a beautiful natural native bush block not far from tranquil bays and rolling beaches of the Turquoise coast. We accept one group at a time, guaranteeing complete privacy. There are several lovely camping areas to choose from, some closer to the billabong, and others tucked into nooks amongst the beautiful flora. There is a toilet, and access to potable rainwater (upon request). We can also offer access to power for a small additional fee. Our 160 acres of uncleared Land, dotted with pockets of pasture is nestled in the heart of what once was traditional Yuet (people) Country. The beautiful undulating bush is fed by a series of freshwater springs and first settled in WA pioneering days along an original telegraph post line and stock shepherding route in and out of Perth. Today, it is conveniently set in the heart of the Midwest coast where the bush meets the Beach surrounded by National Parks and Marine Reserve in the Shire of Dandaragan. Here, you'll find a nature lovers' paradise rich in native flora and fauna, abundant with seasonal wildflowers, plentiful birdlife, and unique Australian mammals and reptiles.
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Loveland Farmstay

13 sites · RVs, Tents761 acres · Hill River, WA
This is a Wildlife Sanctuary for mostly orphaned kangaroos that are free to roam the property.We offer a chance to really get away from it all with a choice of camp sites without power.Your stay includes an experience with the orphaned kangaroos for free, patting and feeding. As this is a wildlife sanctuary strictly no pets are permitted. Firewood supplied. No camp fires between 1st November and 1st April due to total fire bans.TOTAL FIRE BAN is from 1 November - 31 March every year and is sometimes extended due to seasonal conditions.Camping: Basic unpowered sites with no amenities. Please bring everything you need and make sure you take everything home with you, including rubbish. There is rainwater for drinking available, just ask the host. There are no no toilets or showers. Dig your own hole, hang your own shower from a tree. Price includes access to the kangaroos at feeding time. Camp fires permitted after consultation with host on the day. Firewood is available to gather up for this purpose.
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Westways Wildflower Farm

12 sites · RVs, Tents2497 acres · Coomberdale, WA
A sheep and wildflower farm 200Kms north of Perth. We export preserved native flowers with a constant array of flowers which is at its best during the spring months. There is a self-drive loop set up to enable visitors to see the flowers where they grow. Choose from either the Flower Shed sites, which have a toilet and hot shower, or tuck yourself into the secluded sites amongst the River Gum plantation, which is best for self-contained campers (however there is a long-drop). All sites are flat and easily accessible for all vehicles. Dogs are welcome. The sites all have fire pits, and campfires are allowed provided fire restrictions are not in place. You are welcome to collect firewood from the property for use during your stay.
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Waddi Bush Camp and Caravan Park

38 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents1200 acres · Jurien Bay, WA
Nestled in the 1200 acres of wildflower country of Badgingarra, Waddi Bush Camp and caravan Park Offers the best getaway from Perth. Secluded tranquil self-contained rammed earth apartments giving you a medieval feeling, Cabins, caravan sites and camping facilities also available. Abundant flora and fauna Nature walks are also good, and a beautiful place to watch the sunrise. There's an also 5km of gravel for bike riding and quad bike trails. It's got a big flower shed where bouquets are made and are available for purchase.
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The best camping near Nambung National Park guide

Overview

About

Embark on an adventure through Nambung National Park, where the otherworldly Pinnacles Desert awaits. Traverse the sands to uncover the secrets of ancient stromatolites at Lake Thetis, or dive into the aquatic wonders of the Jurien Bay Marine Park. With bushwalking, fishing, snorkelling, and surfing on offer, every visit promises a unique encounter with nature's marvels.

When to go

The best time to visit Nambung National Park is from August to October when the wildflowers are in full bloom, painting the landscape with vibrant colours. The mild weather during these months provides ideal conditions for exploring. Summer can be very hot, so plan your visit to avoid the peak heat for a more comfortable experience.

Know before you go

  • Check the current campfire conditions before your visit, as they can impact your plans for cooking and warmth.
  • Remember that no dogs or other pets are allowed in the park to protect the local wildlife.
  • Standard park entry fees apply, so have your pass ready or purchase one upon arrival.
  • For your safety, consider carrying a personal location beacon (PLB) when engaging in remote activities.
  • Accessibility information is available for those requiring it, ensuring everyone can enjoy the park's natural beauty.

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