Free camping sites in Western Australia

The great thing about Australia is that each state offers experiences and sites that aren’t found anywhere else in the world. Western Australia has the best of both worlds with an awe inspiring outback and a beautiful coastline. Whether you are travelling inland or on the coast, there are a large number of free campsites spread across the state.

Here are just a few you might like to add to your itinerary, discover more free & budget WA campsites with our App and comprehensive Camps 11 Guidebook.

Ngumban Cliff Lookout

It’s Ngumban, not Ngumpan! 

Ngumban Cliff Lookout Image Courtesy Sheng Yee Camps Australia Wide Ngumban Cliff Lookout should be how WA site 682 in Camps 10 is written. RV traveller, Michael Lennon has advised us that unlike the Hema version, WA main roads spell it with a ‘b’. Please update your CAMPS 10 book.  Add this site to your list if you want to be in the ‘middle of nowhere’ admiring sunset on the ranges. About an hour from Fitzroy Crossing you’ll find this camp area, looking over a huge gorge and the Mueller Ranges. Park on the hill, near the edge.  Facilities wise,

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Narrogin RV Stop

Brand new: Narrogin RV Stop, Western Australia

We all know that government can be more of a hindrance than a help sometimes, so when local councils take the time to listen to the needs of their constituents and deliver the resources requested, we should all take the time to show our support.

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Janet Millet Lane RV Stop

Update to RV Parking in York, Western Australia

New RV Site under construction The town of York has made a change to its RV site. From the 1st of October, power was stopped at the Avon Park RV Rest Stop in York, Western Australia and from the 1st of November, this park will be decommissioned for RVs. RV parking will be relocated to Janet Millet Lane RV Park on the opposite side of the river. This site was No. 212 and previously known as York RV Stop. The Janet Millet Lane RV rest stop is unpowered with no ablution facilities. RVs must be fully self contained to utilise

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Freedom Camp at Ballinyoo Bridge, WA

Freedom Camp at Ballinyoo Bridge Western Australia

Here’s an update from Lyn Quilty: “A fantastic free camp spot is Ballinyoo Bridge, on the Murchison River. Big open area for larger vans or groups, then smaller, more private sites going well back from main road. Just follow the tracks. We had a quick swim each day, saw a couple kayaking, lots of walks, wildflowers, good spot for birdwatching, curious emus, wood available. A beautiful spot for a few days. No facilities other than million star accommodation.” Thank you Lyn, for sending in your photo and sharing your review with Camps Australia Wide. Ballinyoo Bridge is WA site 405

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Norseman RV Park, WA

Update your listing for Norseman RV Park, Western Australia

WA Site 38 (in Camps 10) – Norseman Recreation Reserve is CLOSED. It has been replaced by an RV area adjacent to the Recreation Reserve on the corner of Richardson and Mildura Streets with access from Mildura Street. Ken Skinner advised of these changes, and said, “The Norseman site has heaps of room and easy access but no facilities. It is about a 5 minute walk to the Ablution Block at the Information Centre and another minute or two to the town centre. There is no signage restricting the use of generators and it is not close enough to the

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Albert Tognolini Rest Area - image The Red Nomad and Co.

Free Camp: Albert Tognolini Rest Area

Albert Tognolini Rest Area – image The Red Nomad and Co. Who needs facilities and reception with views like this? Read about this stop and you will hear it described in five-star superlatives.  These breathtaking views are for all to see, or you can take a walking trail for more magical vistas.  Picnic table and fireplace, big rig and pet suitable is all we list it for. Please BYO wood and toilet facilities!  Now, the other winner about this site is its close proximity to Karijini National Park. A place you definitely don’t want to miss if you are touring

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Kambalda - image G&J Gardiner

Stay at Kambalda West RV Stop

Kambalda – image G&J Gardiner CAMPS Researcher, Graham Gardiner was very impressed with the quality of this free camp, and wanted to say, “Thank you Kambalda and to the friendly council ranger who welcomed us”.  It is a find for any family – with BBQ, covered playground, free tennis court, skatepark and sports field close by.  This town has fantastic facilities left over from the past mining boom – with squash courts, sports complex, library, supermarket and more.  He said, it is not too far to walk to toilets, and showers are available for a small fee at the Recreation

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Early morning at Giles Breakaway

Profile of a free camp: Giles Breakaway, Western Australia

Giles Breakaway – image Darcy & Tanya Cleveland Instagram page @toughlifetouring How good does this look? With stunning landscapes and no facilities, this is a great overnight stop, with amazing views and colours at sunset and dawn. Previous owners of CAMPS, Cathryn and Philip said they always stop here. Others will tell you it is the best stop on the Great Central Road. This serene spot is within easy reach from Kalgoorlie, and you’ll love those white and yellow cliffs. There’s shade and a picnic table, mobile phone coverage, pets are allowed, but it is suitable in dry weather only. Find

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Ocean Drive at Scott Street - Bunbury WA

3 FREE new camps in Bunbury, WA

Ocean Drive at Scott Street Congratulations to Bunbury Council with 3 new free camps planned. The Western Australian city announces a trial of overnight rest areas for a period of two years at the following locations: Wyalup-Rocky Point – Barbecues, ablutions, picnic tables, litter bins, beach showers, drink fountain, ocean views. Ocean Drive Carpark – (at Scott Street) – Barbecue, picnic tables, litter bins, beach shower, drink fountain, ocean views. Maidens Reserve – Playground, barbecues, ablutions, picnic tables, litter bins, protected bush setting, walk trail. All of these stops are free, with a 48 hour limit. Bunbury Council will also investigate the possibility of

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