Western Australia is known for having some of the best camping destinations in the country.
If you have a big holiday coming up and the car is fueled up, then it’s time to pick a spot and hit the open road.
You may have already visited some of these destinations if you’re an experienced camper in the area.
If not, then you’re in for a real treat no matter which one you choose.
Each destination has access to beautiful scenery and unique Western Australian wildlife. Let’s take a further look at these 5 stunning places:
- Yallingup Beach Holiday Park
- Karijini National Park
- Honeymoon Pool
- Waychinicup National Park
- Waroona Dam
Each of these destinations is worth visiting during your next holiday. Let’s look closer at what makes each of them unique.
1. Yallingup Beach Holiday Park
If you’re new to camping, then Yallingup is the perfect destination. It’s one of the few camping destinations in Western Australia that actually has internet access.
There are also toilets, hot showers, and kiosks that sell supplies. The more adventurous campers can still find spots away from these amenities.
As for the scenery, there’s the beautiful wine country on one side and a beach on the other. What more could a person want during a holiday?
2. Karijini National Park
Karijini is known for its natural beauty. There are stunning rock formations, waterfalls, and natural pools that are absolutely worth visiting.
The camping area includes a few facilities, such as toilets and picnic tables, but the rest is up to you.
You’re even responsible for bringing your own drinking water. Make sure you’re prepared for this trip.
Aside from the essentials, don’t forget a camera so that you can capture all of the beauty that Karijini has to offer.
3. Honeymoon Pool
Located near the Collie River in the Wellington National Park, Honeymoon Pool is one of the most popular camping destinations in all of Western Australia.
You might find it a little crowded if your camping holiday takes place during peak season.
There are a lot of fun activities available in the area, such as kayaking and canoeing.
However, you’ll find that most of the other campers prefer relaxing near the water. The local facilities include toilets, picnic tables, and barbecue grills.
4. Waychinicup National Park
The name can be hard to pronounce, but that won’t stop you from telling your friends about it after you’ve returned.
This national park is a brief trip northeast of Albany. The campsites are very minimalist, which makes it perfect for the experienced camper.
It also means the area will be less crowded than some of the other beginner-friendly campsites.
Waychinicup is filled with beautiful scenery and local wildlife.
One of the best spots in the park is located at the south-end where massive rocks stand against the waves of the ocean.
5. Waroona Dam
Last on the list is the Waroona Dam. They have two campsites available and both are perfect for holiday getaways.
One campsite is a caravan park and the other is for bush camping.
The bush campsite is located right next to the dam and has some of the best views in the park.
It also puts you in a good location for fishing or water skiing.
However, many people simply camp in the caravan park and bring a 4-wheel drive vehicle to explore the area near the dam.
The Best Way To Enjoy A Holiday
Taking your caravan for a camping getaway is a great way to enjoy a holiday in Western Australia.
Why waste your time standing in line at noisy airports when you can be relaxing near Waroona Dam or watching wild animals in the Waychinicup National Park?
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