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Best camping, glamping, and outdoor stays in Western Australia

White sands, riverside vineyards, and desert moonscapes make up the landscapes of Australia’s largest state.

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KATZ Flats
4 sites · Lodging, RVs10 acres · Busselton, Western AustraliaThere are abundance of outdoor activities for visitors to enjoy. 10 minutes from Busselton, 25 minutes from Bunbury, KATZ Flats is a 10 acre equestrian paradise with many shady trees to rest and picnic under as well as being a picturesque location overlooking a lake. Price listed is for Glamping. Cheaper rate per night for BYO accommodation (tent or caravan). We are on the edge of the Tuart Forest where there is so much wildlife and nature trails to get amongst. Port Geograph is a lovely bike ride away, a great spot to launch the boat and check out the coast line. Many 4WD tracks to explore and beach access nearby.
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AU$55
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Baluk and Brown
3 sites · Tents2 acres · Cuballing, Western AustraliaOur property is 2.4 acres of natural bushland right in the middle of Cuballing. Across the road...
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Little Eeden Farm Pine Camp
30 sites · RVs, Tents10 acres · Mooliabeenee, Western AustraliaCome and visit us in Mooliabeenee, situated in the beautiful Shire of Chittering. SELF CONTAINED Camper vans, caravans and tents are welcome. Sites are on a slight slope. Our property is located on a working farm with The Hive Café open Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays 10am - 4pm. PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A NO-SMOKING FARM. Wake to the sound of the bush and farm animals. This is a very scenic area, with the campsites surrounded by pine trees. Interaction with farm animals. There are roosters that will crow early morning. PLEASE DO NOT CHASE ANY OF THE ANIMALS. Dogs on leash allowed outside only not inside café. Campfires - (campfires are only allowed when fire bans are lifted). Potable water available on site. Nearest toilet dump spot is Bindoon Oval. Recycling Bins are available. Generator noise can disturb other people’s enjoyment of the area and disturb native wildlife and the farm animals, so think about using alternatives. Solar panels and inverters are the best ways to provide power for your must-have devices when camping and can be used anywhere. We do allow generators, but they can only operate strictly between 9am-6pm. Adventure playground onsite for the "older' children and some smaller equipment for the younger ones. All equipment is PLAY AT YOUR OWN RISK. Playground Rules: - Adult Supervision required for use - No bare feet, wear proper footwear - Do not use play equipment improperly - No pushing or shoving Free honey tastings are available when shop is open, but please ask and we can arrange a tasting for you. Campers will be held responsible for any damaged caused during their stay. This is a working farm and is running off-grid, so a generator may start from time to time.
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Bolinda Vale Farm
10 sites · RVs, Tents3000 acres · Keysbrook, Western AustraliaLocated on the foothills of the Darling Range in Keysbrook Western Australia, Bolinda Vale Farm...
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Jacaranda Hill Farm
11 sites · RVs, Tents108 acres · Western AustraliaWe are closed from 1 Dec through to 31 March due to High Fire Risk. Our 43-hectare property is...
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Chittering Acres
14 sites · RVs, Tents700 acres · Chittering, Western AustraliaWe live on a picturesque 700 acre property, high in the Darling Range an hour north of Perth. The...
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100-Acre Woods
8 sites · RVs, Tents100 acres · Western AustraliaWe are a hobby farm set on 100-acres on the North Dandalup scarp, with a few sheep. You will find...
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AU$14
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Charm's Country Retreat
15 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents20 acres · Nornalup, Western AustraliaBeautiful, peaceful and secluded rural property that is close to beaches, the river, a forest, hiking trails, mountain bike trails. There are many tourist attractions here including the Tree Top Walk in the ancient Tingle forest. Relax amongst nature, the farm animals and wild life. We are dog friendly so bring your pooch. The campsites are large, cleared areas with shade, surrounded with trees, bushes and a field.  There are no toilets so you absolutely must be a self-contained traveller with your own camping toilet.If you need power there are two sites closer to the house and shed where you can plug into power for an extra fee per day.  Drinking water is available.For those campers who need extra sleeping arrangements for friends or family who wish to join your camp, we offer indoor accommodation. The bed comes with fresh linen and access to hot showers and a flushing toilet.
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Gabyon Station
110 sites · Lodging, TentsYalgoo, Western AustraliaJust a two hour drive from Geraldton, Gabyon offers you the unique chance to visit or stay on a...
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Bollygum Dell
3 sites · RVs200 acres · Porongurup, Western AustraliaBollygum Dell is a hidden little pocket with a rich natural and cultural heritage situated at the...
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AU$25
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Spring Waters Estate
4 sites · RVs, Tents140 acres · Western AustraliaWe are not currently taking HipCamp bookings due to the worksite. All bookings are direct with us...
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Amber Ridge Estate
3 sites · RVs, Tents68 acres · Paynedale, Western AustraliaA 68 acre peaceful retreat nestled within State Forest, a short drive from Donnybrook. We are one...
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AU$15
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Hemmed in by beaches and turquoise waters, Western Australia is known for its coast, but the sprawling state has much more to offer. Venture inland to see deserts dotted with ancient monoliths and sun-baked vineyards; discover 19th-century gold rush towns; or hike through red rock gorges. Spring and fall bring the best weather for wine tasting or hiking through the national parks, while the summer heat is best enjoyed on the beach. Winter temperatures are still balmy enough to explore outdoors, with wildflowers blooming along the coast.

Perth

Perched along the Swan River and blessed with year-round sunshine, Perth brings the good life. In the city, wine tasting cruises, riverside barbecues, and parks will keep you outdoors, while the neighboring port town of Fremantle serves up beaches and ocean-fresh seafood. Holiday parks and camping sites dot the surrounding countryside, providing easy access for campers and caravans.

Coral Coast

The Coral Coast stretches north of Perth, from Kalbarri and Shark Bay to Coral Bay and Exmouth. Sand melts into turquoise waters; bands of coral teem with tropical fish, manta rays, and whale sharks; and Cape Range National Park’s rocky gorges snake down to the ocean. Outdoor adventures abound, from snorkeling and kayaking the Ningaloo Reef to bushwalking and beach camping.

Golden Outback

From Esperance on the south coast all the way up to Newman, the Golden Outback rolls out white-sand beaches, kaleidoscopic salt lakes, and rocky canyons. Whether off-roading in a four-wheel drive or winding through the outback in a caravan, there are ample opportunities for road tripping, with camping sites and holiday parks dotted throughout. Along the way, dive into Aussie’s gold rush heritage in Kalgoorlie and the Goldfields, walk Lucky Bay, and keep an eye out for wildflowers.

Margaret River

Rolling headlands, sloping vineyards, and seaside towns provide the perfect backdrop for wine tasting and coastal walks in the Margaret River region. Albany, Bunbury, and Bussleton are among the most popular places to stay, with access to the region’s many beaches, wineries, and camping spots.

North West

Dusty red desert tracks wind their way through the Kimberley region to Broome and Kununurra, where the vast outback is home to otherworldly scenery and rich Aboriginal heritage. Get a taste of Australia’s wild west out here—drive the Gibbs River Road, stopping to hike through ancient gorges, swim in remote waterholes, and enjoy campfires under the stars.

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