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If you are heading to Exmouth, then you have made a very good decision! Our reccommendations are to spend 3 nights within the national park and explore as much as possible. We had such a fun experience of wild dingoes as soon as we drove...More
We had 5 nights at Yardie Creek Camp Ground and would have stayed longer except it was booked out online, such a shame it's gone online. Anyway arvo sunset drinks were good to meet other travellers. We snorkelled at Osprey, turquoise and oysters stacks which...More
Spent a few nights camping in Cape Range National Park. No facilities other than (very clean) drop toilets, so its a take-your-own everything location, but all the better for it. Two subsequent nights at a commercial campsite were quite a come-down after this. Perfect beaches,...More
This is one of our favorites places to visit in Australia. With the reef just off the shore it is a magical destination to explore and a must to add to your bucket list! Swim with the Whale Sharks is a must!
We have travelled extensively around the world and I can honestly say, this is one of my favourite places in the whole world. Is it high end and full of luxury? - No! But what it is, is raw, natural ,nature at its best. There...More
Our third visit since 2016, stayed three nights and still a highlight of WA. Fantastic snorkelling, humpback whales, euros, rock wallabies, emus, ospreys, eagles and even a dingo this time. Basic toilets but very clean, no showers or power, big sites. We stayed at Kurrajong...More
Amazing visit here in our hired camper. Many comments about the beautiful scenery and snorkelling but I wanted to alert people to the drop in temperature every evening as we were not that well prepared for this. Take jumpers/coats for sitting out after dark and...More
What a disappointment this park is. First off if you haven’t pre booked your campsite at least 6 months in advance don’t even bother driving in. Next, all we saw as far down as turquoise bay were turn offs to little bays. By the the...More
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The campsites at Camp Range National Park are all easily accessible with a 2WD camper and the roads in are all sealed. It would depend on where else you were wanting to camp - though we managed all of the Western Australian... More
The campsites at Camp Range National Park are all easily accessible with a 2WD camper and the roads in are all sealed. It would depend on where else you were wanting to camp - though we managed all of the Western Australian coast with a 2WD vehicle.
Wetsuits shouldn't be necessary in April - we swam in July and the water was warm.
You do need to book ahead for camping in Cape Range National Park - if you are planning to be there in holiday times it would pay to book well in advance. The weeks either side of holiday periods are often quite busy as well. There's a limit to the number of people who can stay in the park so the crowds are never huge, it's just that at times it's impossible to get a booking if you didn't book far enough in advance.
Sorry for the late response, I only just saw the question. We only stayed at Tulki & Osprey. The 1st 2 nights were quite windy & I wouldn't like to have been in a tent. I believe Kurrajong is a bit more protected. Osprey had... More
Sorry for the late response, I only just saw the question. We only stayed at Tulki & Osprey. The 1st 2 nights were quite windy & I wouldn't like to have been in a tent. I believe Kurrajong is a bit more protected. Osprey had a lovely view, better toilets & reasonable snorkelling. Osprey closer to Yardi hikes & Tulki closer to Turquoise for snorkelling. Our favourite spot for snorkelling was Turquoise Bay. You need to swim out a bit to the better coral & marine live. We visited Sandy Bay, Lakeside, Oyster stacks & did the hikes at Yardie & Mandu Mandu which were good but didn't take near as long as they said. We loved Cape Range & 4 nights was sufficient.