Top Camping Spots in WA’s Southwest

Top Camping Spots in WA’s Southwest

Australia is a country that is filled to the brim with natural wonders.

Visitors and locals alike are blessed to enjoy wonderful weather and great scenery – as well as access to regions that boast unique flora and fauna.

It’s no wonder that camping is such a popular leisure activity.

For those who are spending some time in Western Australia (WA) – or those who choose to settle down in this part of the country, the camping opportunities are almost too numerous to mention.

The challenge of finding that perfect camping location is selecting from this enormous choice.

However, here are some wonderful options in the South Western part of WA for those who want to enjoy an unforgettable outdoor experience.

Please read below for some great camping ideas in this beautiful part of the world.

1.Conto Campground

Close to the banks of the Margaret River this campground really has a little bit of everything for those who want to experience the natural environment of Western Australia in all its glory.

The peppermint woodlands area in particular is one of the best coastal campsites in the state.

The proximity of the campgrounds to Conto Springs Beach and its secluded bay means that campers can enjoy access to one of the South West’s most beautiful areas.

With 116 campgrounds to choose from, there are great sites for camping and caravans alike.

While camping here, you also need to take some time off to explore the wonders of Jewel Cave.

2.Boranup Forest Campground

This campground near Augusta in the Karri forest is perfect for those smaller groups who want to give the crowds a miss.

With space for only seven tents, it is the perfect natural antidote for big city stress.

Facilities are limited to only a toilet so those choosing to stay need to be well prepared.

There is space for smaller campervans – but call ahead to make sure that you can be accommodated.

3.Honeymoon Pool Campground

This campground in the Wellington National Park is situated on the banks of the Collie River.

It offers exceptional natural beauty to those who want to experience the flora and fauna of Western Australia.

Each of the 20 sites offers wood burning barbecue setups and a picnic table which makes socialising an absolute pleasure.

If you prefer to use gas there are gas barbecue facilities in the `day use` area.

The river offers those who want to get their feet wet the opportunity for swimming and canoeing.

4.Chapman Pool

This campground which can be found in the Blackwood National Park is the perfect spot to simply relax and enjoy the tranquillity of the jarrah forest within a stone’s throw of the Margaret River.

The nearby Blackwood River offers great opportunities for kayaking, canoeing and swimming.

The ‘no generator’ rule means that peace and relaxation are guaranteed.  

Getting out into nature and enjoying these wonderful campsites is the perfect way to deal with the stress of modern living and enjoy the company of friends and family.

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