One of the best ways to experience all the natural wonders in and around Western Australia is camping.
If you are interested in taking in the impressive scenery on offer, read on to find out some of the top camping spots in WA.
Karijini National Park
This park is home to some of the best camping grounds in Western Australia.
In addition to its wide selection of scenic walking trails, Karijini is also known for its numerous amenities including toilets, picnic tables and barbecues.
Cape Arid National Park
For those looking for a quiet camping spot located right next to the beach, Thomas River, located within Cape Arid National Park, is the place to be.
Visitors can choose to camp at the hilltop camping ground or one right next to the river.
Millstream Chichester National Park
Located right in the middle of the desert, this park is home to Stargazers and Miliyanha camping grounds.
The park’s pools offer visitors the opportunity to engage in fishing as well as swimming.
In addition to its wide selection of bird species, the park is also home to a number of scenic walking trails.
Home to a bush camp right next to the dam as well as a caravan park, Waroona Dam is a fun getaway spot just a short drive away from Perth.
Four-wheel drive action, water skiing, swimming and freshwater fishing are some of the fun activities visitors can engage in while here.
Cape Le Grand National Park
This park is home to some of the best white sandy beaches in Australia.
Visitors can also take in the scenic surroundings by exploring the many walking trails in the park after they are tired of the beach.
Picnic tables, gas barbecues, kitchens and toilets are some of the available amenities.
Waychinicup National Park
Even though the campsites in this park are on the smaller side, meaning that visitors may not be allowed to park their 4-wheel drive vehicles next to their tent, they are also some of the best.
On top of the soothing sound of ocean waves, visitors will also appreciate the exciting variety of 4-wheel-drive tracks and fishing opportunities.
Windjana Gorge National Park
For those looking to walk around in the bush as they explore their surroundings, which are made up of scenic gorges reaching up to 100 metres high and a varied selection of wildlife, Windjana Gorge National Park is worth considering.
The park is home to a number of unpowered campsites and caravan parks.
Lane Pool Reserve
Located in Dwellingup, one of the most popular camping destinations in this part of the country, Lane Pool Reserve offers visitors a huge variety of exciting activities.
From white water rafting, walking trails and 4-wheel-drive tracks to rope swings, canoeing, mountain biking and so much more, campers will not have a dull moment during their time here.
Eighty Mile Beach Caravan Park
Famed for its amazing sunsets and fishing opportunities, this park is located on the beachfront, between Broome and Port Hedland.
Finding the right spot to set up camp is also quite easy thanks to the park’s 200 campsites.
Sandy Cape Reserve
Home to both bush and slightly modernised camping spots, Sandy Cape Reserve recently got a few upgrades.
Campers can enjoy scenic views of the reserve’s protected bays, beach fishing and boating among others while here.
Australia is known for its varied and scenic landscape from white sandy beaches along the coastline, impressive rock formations to arid and desert areas as well as a varied selection of wildlife; with Western Australia being no exception.
Travellers can experience all this by visiting the top ten camping spots in WA listed above.
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