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Eighty Mile Beach Caravan Park - image by Kerrie Wall

image by Kerrie Wall

Have you visited Western Australia’s longest beach?

Located between Broome and Port Hedland – you’ll find an oasis with wonderful fishing, white sands and shells!

Just a short walk over the dune you can stay at Eighty Mile Beach Caravan Park with grassy, powered and drive-through sites, toilets, showers (accessible amenities, too), fresh water, BBQ, camp kitchen, shop, shade and dump point. No pets.

Enjoy four-wheel driving, swimming, walking, birdwatching and did we mention the sunsets? The best time to visit is June to August.

As a significant flatback turtle rookery, you can watch turtles lay eggs or see them hatch; nesting season is October to March. 

It is two-wheel drive accessible, with 10 km of unsealed roads. No bookings required. Check out WA site 112 in Caravan Parks 5 or the Camps Australia Wide App. Thanks to our wonderful community for these beautiful images! 

 

80 Mile Beach - Cloudy Afternoon- image credit Stella Macklin

80 Mile Beach – Cloudy Afternoon- image credit Stella Macklin

 

80 Mile Beach - Sunny Afternoon- image credit Stella Macklin

80 Mile Beach – Sunny Afternoon- image credit Stella Macklin

 

Eighty Mile Beach Caravan Park - image by Kerrie Wall

image by Kerrie Wall