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Bremer Bay/Ravensthorpe Area | Goldfields-Esperance Region, Bremer Bay, Western Australia 6346, Australia
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All reviewspoint anngravel roadflora and faunaheavy raineasy accesssouth coastbeautiful areaplant speciesgreat facilitieswhite sandwheel drivespecial placemother and calfworst roadbush campingfour mile beachgreat camping
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We camped at point Ann on a very windy day and we were well protected in camp site. Toilet block clean for Bush camping. Best of all we saw whales and calves. How is that. Area viewing areas are fantastic. Go WA for great facilities

Thank MaryLou G
Reviewed 26 June 2018 via mobile

We're accustomed to beautiful Australian national parks but this is my favourite. Absolutely stunning and lots of fauna due to remoteness. Self registration is easy as is 2WD access from Hopetoun. Access via the highway was too choppy despite it being marked as a 2WD...More

Thank Wanderlustz123
Reviewed 1 June 2018 via mobile

From Hopetoun you can drive in and climb East Mt Barren . There are fantastic rock formations and an exhilarating climb to the top. Then there are some beautiful beaches

Thank ronaldrover2018
Reviewed 12 April 2018

Very large park stretching fro Bremer Bay in the west to Hopetoun in the east , some 100kms of amazing coastline. Flora & fauna absolutely unique to this part of the world. Access of varying standards from bitumen to 4WD tracks

Thank Darrel J
Reviewed 7 March 2018

A good family hike for older kids/teenagers. Beautiful views from the summit overlooking the coast and the National Park. We combined this with a swim at Point Ann which was a beautiful bay with good infrastructure for picnics and newly constructed areas for viewing. We...More

Thank Swanny_traveller
Reviewed 5 March 2018 via mobile

This was such a remarkable place, so many plants I'd never seen anywhere else in WA. We went for a day and walked around the cape enjoying white sand beaches and amazing views. We watched a storm roll in and it was stunning. Best of...More

Thank StephanieGJ
Reviewed 24 February 2018 via mobile

Such a beautiful and special place. Unique. Great place to view whales at Point Ann (mums and their calves) and see stunning West Australian wildflowers, many only found in this area.

Thank Anne J
Reviewed 20 February 2018

We ventured into the Fitzgerald River National Park for a picnic lunch which we ate by one of the many glorious white sandy beaches. The park is well worth a visit, very scenic. Lots of photo shots were had!

Thank TMcCarthyWA
Reviewed 10 February 2018

An excellent day traveling through our beautiful National Park. Great views for those of us lucky enough to be traveling in a 4WD

Thank Greg H
Reviewed 17 January 2018

I spent about 4-5 days exploring and taking photos and can recommend the Hotel for a meal in the main street of Hopetoun You need to be able to walk to get all the photos and plenty of water snacks and sunscreen , a great...More

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Dean G
16 May 2016|
Response from 475Pam | Reviewed this property |
I don't think you will get through with a caravan the road is not direct to Bremer Bay it comes out on the Ravensthorpe /Jerramungup Road give the Ranger a ring 0898383060 he will advise you of road conditions .
7 May 2016|
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Response from Hannah L | Reviewed this property |
Yes. This park is now more suited to caravans as they have closed most of the 4wd tracks and traditional "camping" areas.