Forest camping in Western Australia

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Forest camping in Western Australia

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

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Baluk and Brown
3 sites · Tents2 acres · Cuballing, WAOur property is 2.4 acres of natural bushland right in the middle of Cuballing. Across the road is the Equestrian Park where you can see horses and their riders in action or catch a local cricket match. The haunted Cuballing Tavern provides meals, pool tables and showcases some very interesting local history. Down the road a bit further is Pete's place, Chedoona Nursery, where there is a beautiful little garden walk, Art gallery and plenty of paintings and plants for sale. Next door to Chedoona is a small skate park and playground that has a BBQ, basketball ring and toilets. Just out of town is Dryandra Woodlands which hosts magnificent Wandoo forests and many native animals including the Numbat and so many wildflowers. There are lots of different hikes you can do here and we highly recommend the ancient Noongar Ochre Pit walk. Entry to the park is free but you can pay to attend Barna Mia which provides interactive night tours that the kids will just love. Narrogin is 15 minutes away where you can access some lovely little cafes, Coles and Red Dot, chemist, camping store and bottle shop. Our property has town water connected however there is no power, bins or sewerage. Campers MUST have their own toilet and dispose of all waste appropriately, off site. There is a caravan/RV waste dump approximately 600m away.
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Bolinda Vale Farm
10 sites · RVs, Tents3000 acres · Keysbrook, WALocated on the foothills of the Darling Range in Keysbrook Western Australia, Bolinda Vale Farm is a family operated farm breeding Beef cattle and Merino sheep which has been in the same family since 1926. We offer neat nature based campsites in the gully and all are on the banks of the babbling Dirk Brook. Please note, to get to the campsites there is a farm track and for most, a creek crossing. We recommend 4WD or SUV to access ALL campsites. There are horses and Scottish Highland cattle that usually greet you near the main entrance, and sheep and cattle graze the hill country and surrounds. Plenty more for nature lovers here, including red-tailed cockatoos that flock to the gully to feed on the Redgum trees, plus many other birds. The resident Wedge-tail eagles soar above making the most of the thermals created from the hills. You'll see our local kangaroos. Dogs are welcome but must remain on leads at ALL times as this is a working farm. You MUST bring your own camping toilet and be 100% self sufficient. We have a Leave No Trace policy, so ask that you please take all waste with you. Campfires permitted when local government restrictions aren't in place. PLEASE NOTE At times Bolinda Vale Farm management may reinforce their own fire restrictions, as we know the vegetation and lay of the land in the gully
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Jacaranda Hill Farm
8 sites · RVs, Tents108 acres · WAWe are closed from 1 Dec through to 31 March due to High Fire Risk. Our 43-hectare property is...
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100-Acre Woods
9 sites · RVs, Tents100 acres · WAWe are a hobby farm set on 100-acres on the North Dandalup scarp, with a few sheep. You will find kangaroos, echidnas, sometimes emus visiting our property. You can enjoy the great views into the horizon towards the Indian Ocean amidst the tall jarrah and gum trees. Campsites are set in the woodlands, some with views. It’s perfect for people seeking 'quiet' time away, but still near to amenities in the towns around here. You can take walks to experience forest therapy, have a campfire or canoe in the dams during wintertime. There is no power, water or toilet facilities so campers must be completely self-contained. You are expected to clear up and take all rubbish with you. Leave no trace. The terrain is rather hilly, hence a few sites are accessible only by 4WD (Sembawang and Changi). There are some sites that are still accessible with regular cars (Opera 1, 2 or 3 & Tampines). RVs and small caravans are welcomed. All vehicles have to stay on the paths, and not to make any tracks. During the summer fire season, fires are strictly prohibited! Dogs welcome (on leash).
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Charm's Country Retreat
15 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents20 acres · Nornalup, WABeautiful, 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 Homestead
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Gabyon Station
110 sites · Lodging, TentsYalgoo, WAJust a two hour drive from Geraldton, Gabyon offers you the unique chance to visit or stay on a real, working West Australian sheep station. Step out of the bustle of city life and immerse yourself in the expansive and beautiful landscape of the outback and become part of the real, authentically Australian country life. Soak in the peace and tranquility as you gaze over hectares of wildflowers and an abundance of wildlife, or get your hands dirty and help out in the every-day life of the station - there is always plenty of work to be done! The outback life is something every Australian and International traveler should experience at least once - and where better than here with all of us at Gabyon?The team at Gabyon invite you to enjoy a station stay,  whether you are just passing through overnight or would like to stay for a week, there is plenty to see and do. Pick a spot and camp or stay in our rustic and cosy accommodation, we love visitors so we have made staying here affordable for everyone, no matter your style of holiday! Try a variety of fun activities like horse riding, quad biking and shooting; you can even book to come and have a delicious meal with us, your friendly hosts, to ensure you have the full experience of station life in the real Australian Outback. We can't wait to have you here!
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Bollygum Dell
3 sites · RVs200 acres · Porongurup, WABollygum Dell is a hidden little pocket with a rich natural and cultural heritage situated at the foothills of the ancient Porongurup Range just 40 minutes north of Albany Western Australia. It is also a working farm featuring passive animal handling, sustainability and regenerative farming practices. Conservation, sustainability, biosecurity and ecosystem recovery is our focus. If you are a fully self-contained traveler and looking for an exclusive nature experience then we welcome you. 2WD access. Come, be seduced by the swirling mountain mists, the mysterious freshwater lagoon and surrounding wetland or the unique biodiversity of this hotspot within a hotspot.There is plenty of reasons to linger longer in Mountain Country including a visit to the Porongurup Range National Park, the Stirling Range National Park, Twin Creeks Conservation Reserve, as well as checking out the many wineries, bars & cafes.Sorry, no pets (biosecurity requirements). Please ensure your vehicles & boots are free of mud to prevent the spread of Dieback. Campfire's and open-flame cookers are not permitted.
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AU$25
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Chittering Acres
8 sites · RVs, Tents700 acres · Chittering, WAWe live on a picturesque 700 acre property, high in the Darling Range an hour north of Perth. The property overlooks Lake Chittering with sweeping views to the horizon.The native bush here is typical of the Darling Ranges, featuring Jarrah, Marri, Wandoo, Xanthorea and Banksia. Fed by the mighty Brockman river, the pretty Chittering Lake is almost completely obscured by vegetation. The lake features lots of birdlife including swans, wood ducks, spoonbills and wedgetail eagles. The Chittering valley has much to offer including scenic walks and local cellar doors. The springtime is full of the region's wildflowers, and if you're visiting around October don't miss A Taste of Chittering, the food and wine festival showcasing local produce. We have a number of campsites on offer for your relaxing holiday.
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Amber Ridge Estate
3 sites · RVs, Tents68 acres · Paynedale, WAA 68 acre peaceful retreat nestled within State Forest, a short drive from Donnybrook. We are one of only two properties in this small isolated pocket. We have three sites available around the property for you to choose from.Red Gum HillNestled in amongst the red gums on an elevated position near the edge of the property. You are next to the old hay shed and a few hundred meters from our ‘Quarry’ dam (one of our three dams). Please take care whilst exploring around this area, there are some deep rabbit warrens around the hay shed, which can be hidden in the grass in winter.This site has no facilities. We are only approved for self contained campers/vans.Dam ViewDam View is a private and secluded haven, situated overlooking one of our three dams.  It is on an elevated spot backed onto state forest with arguably the best views of the farm. There are no facilities on the site. We are only approved for self contained campers/vans. Creek JunctionCreek Junction is a peaceful area by the creek line nestled in amongst the trees, where the gully running down the hill meets the creek. One of our three dams is hidden in amongst the tea tree bushes nearby. You can see the house from this campsite, but it is far enough away that privacy is not an issue. There are no facilities on the site. We are only approved for self contained campers/vans. Stay here and enjoy the peace and tranquillity of your surroundings over a glass of wine from one of the local wineries or head out and explore the beautiful Geographe Wine Region.
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One Green Sheep
3 sites · RVs, Tents500 acres · Bindoon, WAOne Green Sheep is a 500 acre working farm north of Bindoon, Western Australia, with beautiful breakaways and valleys, patches of natural vegetation and old stand trees in amongst pockets of cropped land. We are just over an hour from Perth at the very north end of the Darling Range with enormous starry night skies. My husband Kim and I have a strong focus on the environment and sustainability in our every day lifestyle and care for the land. Over the last 9 years we have planted just over 54,000 trees and shrubs successfully establishing wildlife corridors right across the property. We now also have 8 artificial nest tubes to support the Carnabys black cockatoos who return each August to breed. Our intention is to leave the land in a better state than when we first came here and we now want to share the wonderful environment with others, providing a place to get away and recharge as well as get excited about nature and all its wonders. In line with our environmental focus, we ask campers to Leave No Trace. This means you will need to have your own toilet facilities with you, you will need to take all your rubbish away with you and leave your car parked for the duration of your stay. As fallen timber is precious habit for small creatures (it’s not firewood!) you will need to either bring firewood with you, or you can purchase some from us. Dogs are welcome but please keep them with you and don’t let them chase stock or wildlife. You are welcome to bring push bikes, or to explore on foot. We’d love to welcome you to this wonderful ecosystem. You will be camping in an area natural bush that feels a million miles from the city.
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Frankland River Cabin - Unique wooden Cabin
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Frankland River Retreat
2 sites · Lodging83 acres · Frankland River, WAHi Frankland Cabin Retreat is a unique cabin experience, cosy and quiet. Imagine waking up to an uninterrupted view of paddocks and trees, with peace, quiet and tranquillity. Where the only sounds are silence and birdsong.Located in the great southern Western Australia and nestled among the premier wine growing region and is well positioned for trips to Albany, Denmark, Pemberton, Walpole, Stirling Range National Park, Bluff knoll and Porongurup National Park, a great location for that get away.The Cabin is purposed built for guest to stay with a private driveway and parking.Guest are welcome to explore the whole property to walk through.The Frankland River is located approx 300 Metres from the Cabin.For you cooking needs the Cabin is set up for guests with a kitchenette comprising, fridge, microwave,kettle,toaster,small oven with twin hotplate,electric wok,cooking plate,cooking pots and pans,glasses,crockery, cutlery and chopping board.
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Hairy Dogs Fishing Camp
24 sites · RVs, Tents5 acres · Kununurra, WAOne hour drive from Kununurra or Wyndham and the Gibb River Road is Hairy Dog's Fishing Camp and...
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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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