The best camping near Watheroo National Park

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

Watheroo National Park: A Wildflower Wonderland with Secret Caves.  

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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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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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Clearview Farm

15 sites · RVs, Tents2200 acres · Gunyidi, WA
We are a small agricultural farm running sheep and a cropping program. Come and enjoy wide-open spaces, regular rainbows, starry nights and peace and quiet. We offer several different spots around the farm for camping and caravans, from shady spots overlooking our orchards, to wilder bush areas. We'll help you chose the best spots when you arrive. There are plenty of picnic spots and walks on and near the property, including some lovely big salt lakes just down the road which provide fantastic photography. We have no amenities here, so all campers must be self-contained and leave no trace. We offer some powered options near to the solar-powered shed. We have fresh spring water which could be used for showering but should be filtered for drinking. Campfires are permitted when not in fire season - please enquire. The entry track to our farm is fairly sandy, so 4WD or AWD is recommended. You're welcome to bring your dog however they must be kept under control - don't let them round up the sheep!
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The best camping near Watheroo National Park guide

Overview

About

Embark on an adventure through Watheroo National Park, where the wildflowers bloom in a vibrant display and the secret Jingemia Cave beckons the curious. Traverse the sandy plains, spot unique flora like the bush cauliflower, and keep an eye out for native wildlife as you explore this natural treasure. With no entry fee and a host of activities, Watheroo is a must-visit for nature enthusiasts and explorers alike.

When to go

The prime time to visit Watheroo National Park is between late July and early November when the wildflowers are in full bloom. Outside of these months, the park offers a different kind of beauty, though some trails may be less accessible. Always check local conditions before planning your visit.

Know before you go

  • Ensure you have a map and are familiar with the park's trails and safety guidelines before setting out.
  • Consider carrying a personal location beacon (PLB) for emergencies, especially in remote areas.
  • Accessibility may vary, so check ahead for any specific needs or restrictions.
  • No dogs or other pets are allowed in the park to protect the native wildlife.
  • Remember, there are no entry fees, making it an affordable adventure for all.

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