For general information about camping in Western Australia's parks, visit Camping in the 'Know before you go' section.

Or see below for the list of all parks and places to visit where camping is possible.

Avon Valley National Park

Avon Calling! This tranquil park may not brighten your complexion but it will certainly brighten your day!

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Badgingarra National Park

Enjoy incredible displays of wildflowers and native plants.

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Beelu National Park

A hidden gem nestled in the Perth Hills. Come for a picnic, a hike or bring your binoculars for a spot of birdwatching.

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Blackwood River National Park

Row, row, row your canoe, gently down the Blackwood River. 

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Cape Arid National Park

Take a walk, swim, snorkel, fish, four-wheel drive or camp on the wild side.

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Cape Le Grand National Park

Wild coastal scenery, beaches, bays, and bush walks, life’s grand at Cape Le Grand!

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Cape Range National Park

Raw, natural, nature at its best - Cape Range National Park is part of the Ningaloo Coast World Heritage Area.

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Coalseam Conservation Park

Come for the spectacular exhibit of wildflowers and stay for the sweeping views, geological displays and mining history. 
 

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Credo Conservation Park

Bushwalks, birds and blooms in the outback. And possibly the odd ghost or two!

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D'Entrecasteaux National Park

An impressive name for an impressive park - explore huge mobile sand dunes, volcanic rock columns by the sea, see a shipwreck, freshwater lakes and so much more.

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Dampier Archipelago Island Reserves

It’s H2O a-go-go at the Dampier Archipelago! Discover the ultimate playground for water enthusiasts and nature lovers.

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Dryandra Woodland National Park

If you love bushwalking, birds and spotting elusive native wildlife, definitely check out this place!

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