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I have been to Denham several times but never visited the homestead. It was amazing, shearing shed, sheep pens, shearers quarters were all very interesting and well signed posted explaining the history. Then into the hot tub! Be prepared for the blast of hotness on...More
Very very beautiful National Park, close to Monkey Mia. Expect lots and lots of sand, some tough 4WD sand driving and beautiful dunes and beaches. You can camp on one of the campgrounds (clean toilets, no water), there are some walks you can do. You...More
We were lucky to have a 4 x4 vehicle so could explore all the roads and lookout points in the park. Stunning bays, lagoons and cliffs make for an unforgettable experience.Could have easily stayed a week! Don't skip the hot tub and display near the...More
You'll need a 4WD to explore the best of it, but you can still see plenty in a 2wd. So many beautiful spots in the park, we were there in winter and didn't see too much wildlife but in the warmer months it would be...More
Love this place although best visited outside of school holidays. Skipjack point never fails to provide glimpses of sharks, turtles, dolphins and other marine wildlife. Camp areas are well set out and maintained. For the less structured experiemce, Herald Bight provides beach camping at its...More
After a few kilometres driving from Denham to Monkey Mia there is a sign for the Francois Peron National Park entrance. At the beginning of the track we found a self service station where we could deflate the tyres of our 4WD to the recommended...More
Enjoyed our time seeing the different bays which were all outstanding, even though the weather was not great.
If you are going to see Big lagoon though, make sure you have lots of time and bring a canoe or kayak to get the most out...More
We only had a small camper-van so we could only visit the homestead but that was enough. The self-guided tour is great with signage that is self explanatory and leads us through the history of the homestead. However, the real pleasure is the artesian "pool"...More
Response from MikeGMindarie | Reviewed this property |
70% if the track is easy and the hard bits are just soft sand. Let your tyres down to around 15 and you will have no problems getting anywhere in Peron in the Prado. If you have got access to a set of maxx Trax, be worth... More
70% if the track is easy and the hard bits are just soft sand. Let your tyres down to around 15 and you will have no problems getting anywhere in Peron in the Prado. If you have got access to a set of maxx Trax, be worth putting them in. Let the ranger know you are going and when due back if you want to be on the safe side he is a Friend of mine - Matt James. There are quite a few people who use it, so always someone to drag you out if you get stuck.