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If you want up close and personal with the coast, there is nothing more
intimate than spending a few days camped in the sandhills in remote
splendour on one of WA's fantastic beaches. Take a tent or unroll your swag
under the stars and sleep with the roar of the ocean in your ears and the
smell of wood smoke in your nostrils. No powered sites, no caravans and no
There are myriad excellent caravan parks around this state, most of which
have sites available for pitching a tent. Clean, grassy and with ablution blocks,
they are perfect for those who love sleeping under canvas but hate camping
grottiness. But, particularly during holiday times, they tend to be crowded
and if you want to camp in peace, check out camping spots run by the DEC,
local shires or on private property. National parks are an excellent start, most
parks on the coast have well-maintained camping areas but the facilities vary
widely as do the rules regarding where you can camp and whether or not you
can have a campfire (www.dec.wa.gov.au).
Some of our favourite places to camp by the sea in the south are in Cape
Arid and Cape Le Grand National Parks, east of Esperance. Stokes Inlet to the
west is beautiful as is the Fitzgerald National Park.
Further north, the camping on offer at Gnaraloo (www.gnaraloo.com),
Quobba (www.quobba.com.au) and Warroora (www.warroora.com) pastoral
stations, nestled in the sandhills on the coast just metres from pumping surf or
the Ningaloo Reef, is almost beyond compare.
The very best guide to all the secret little camping spots in the state, is
WA author Jan Holland's Priceless Campsites and Rest Areas series (Priceless
publishing). There is one for the north, another for the south and now one for
the Northern Territory. Jan has compiled the most comprehensive reference,
including descriptions and mud maps for every little nook and cranny in
this state -- way, way beyond all the usual sites you will see recommended.
Invaluable. Call (08) 9259 1650 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
-- no site required
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