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Free RV camp Drakesbrook Weir, WA - Image by Michael Lennon
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Free RV camp: Drakesbrook Weir, Western Australia

Free RV camp at Drakesbrook Weir, WA – 24 hour limit. NOTE: may be used all year round.  Located 10 km E of Waroona to Lake Moyanup, the weir has just had a makeover and now has upgraded toilets facilities, swimming area, shady parking, beach sand, solar lighting, barbecues and shelters. It’s a great place to have a barbecue, picnic or just a relaxing swim. There is a maximum of five RVs at any one time. There is a pontoon to keep the family entertained or enjoy swimming, canoeing, bushwalking and fishing. Powerboats and dogs are prohibited at the weir.

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Lake Argyle Caravan and Camping Park, WA - Adams Family Travels

Swim with crocodiles at Lake Argyle, Western Australia

Hire the BBQ Boat on Lake Argyle, WA – image Adams Family Travels Lake Argyle Caravan and Camping Park is located 70km east of Kununurra in the amazing Kimberley region. They offer a range of villas, cabins, powered and unpowered sites to suit all travellers. You can enjoy a meal in the beer garden and there is also regular live entertainment on the grass area. The infinity pool would have to be one of the most photographed pools in Australia (also one of the coldest). Enjoy spectacular views of Lake Argyle and the surrounding ranges while enjoying a swim. There

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Eagle Bluff WA Adams Family Travels

Budget oceanside camp at Eagle Bluff, Shark Bay, Western Australia

Eagle Bluff is one of four coastal sites south of Denham. It is located in the  UNESCO Shark Bay World Heritage Area, 22 km from Denham. From high cliffs and 400 metre boardwalk overlooking Denham Sound, we spotted lots of marine and bird life here. Keep your eyes out for ospreys, dugongs, dolphins, sharks and rays. Camping at Eagle Bluff is located 2 km down the 4 km access track to the board walk on your right hand side. It is one night only at this pristine location and there are no amenities. All four sites, including Fowlers Camp, Whalebone Bay and

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Red Bluff, Western Australia - Image by Adams Family Travels
Beaches & Coasts

World renowned surfing when you camp at Red Bluff, Western Australia

Red Bluff, Western Australia – Image by Adams Family Travels Red Bluff, Western Australia is where you can choose your accommodation – from camping or palm frond humpies, fishing shacks, cottages through to luxury eco safari tents on top of the Red Bluff cliffs. At 54 km N of Quobba Homestead, turnoff 44 km N of station, and drive 10 km rough dirt road to campsite.  It is suitable for off road caravans and has toilets, a dump point, fireplaces and views! It also has the CAMPS tick of approval. Quobba Station is located on the southern tip of the

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Yurlu Caravan Park at Newman, Western Australia
Caravan Parks

Yurlu Caravan Park at Newman, Western Australia now open!

There is a new caravan park in Newman, WA! Developed by the Shire of East Pilbara, the first stage has been completed and when the project has been finished, with over $3 million invested. The first stage saw powered and unpowered sites available for tents, caravans and recreational vehicles – and it is pet friendly. The Shire endorsed the name “Yurlu” which means ‘campground’ in Nyiyaparli. With the facility located on Nyiyaparli Country, Yurlu is an appropriate name and the Shire would like to thank and acknowledge Karlka Nyiyaparli Aboriginal Corporation for their assistance with this process. Well-equipped with a

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Bilung Pool, Western Australia - Image Adams Family Travels
Free Camping Western Australia

Free camp at Bilung Pool, Western Australia

Bilung Pool, Western Australia – Image Adams Family Travels Oh, my goodness! Check out this swimmingly enticing free camp! Almost halfway between Murchison Roadhouse and Gascoyne Junction you come across a Western Australian oasis. Bilung Pool, Western Australia – Image Adams Family Travels As you are travelling along the Carnarvon Mullewa Road, turn west just south of Bilung Creek, and follow a track about 200 metres to the pool. Not quite a lake, but this natural water feature has year round water with BBQ and picnic facilities. It is pet friendly, there is shade, firepits and it is BYO everything! Access this remote spot

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4WD to the Homestead Camp, Dirk Hartog Island, Western Australia

The Homestead Campground – Images by Adams Family Travels Here’s an update from CAMPS Ambassadors, Dale and Tracey from Adams Family Travels: The Homestead Camp is located approximately 20 km from the barge landing. There are plenty of campsites here, including some suitable for groups. Most people will spend their last night here before they leave the island as it is close to the barge and it can be an early departure time for some. There are toilet and shower facilities as well as a camp kitchen. We enjoyed a coffee from the Inscription Bar & Cafe in the morning

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Port Hedland Golf Club

4 Camps and Caravan Parks at Port Hedland, Western Australia

Port Hedland Racecourse Port Hedland is the gateway to the Pilbara and there’s lots to explore.  Set up camp at the Port Hedland RV Overflow area.  It’s located adjacent to the Racecourse on McGregor Street. This very busy site has a three day limit and is within walking distance to local amenities and a short drive from the town centre.  Though unpowered it offers drinking water,  a dump point and pets are permitted on lead. A caretaker on site who keeps check on the 72 hour rule, also asks if travellers will complete an expenditure questionnaire.   The survey includes questions

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Greens Pool, Elephant Cove Western Australia

William Bay National Park now open

Greens Pool, Elephant Cove Western Australia The McGowan Government has recently announced the completion of the first two stages of the William Bay National Park renewal project and reopening of the park to the public. Greens Pool and Elephant Rocks are much loved icons in Western Australia – near Albany. You can camp at Parry Beach or caravan parks in Denmark.  In 2019, the State Government invested $4.4 million over two years to renew ageing visitor infrastructure in the park and to protect the fragile coastal vegetation. The visitor experience is now better than ever with the completion of newly

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