Attractions

Yokinup Bay

A huge bay with a long white sand beach, sweeping views to distant peaks, and the possibility of spotting whales.

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Tagon Beach

A beach that is away from the crowds, head to Cape Arid National Park.

Dolphin Cove

Dolphin Cove is one of the best spots in Cape Arid National Park to see migrating southern right and humpback whales.

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Little Tagon Bay

Mount Ragged

Among the mallee scrub and woodlands in this northern part of the park, Mt Ragged offers a sheltered picnic and camping area and the thrill of a summit walk.

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Pine Hill

Cape Arid

Known to the local Aboriginal people as Gauroojeninya. It was discovered in 1874 by the pioneers William and Stephen Ponton and John Sharp. Today all that remains at Pine Hill is a dam, ruins of an oven and travellers’ graves.

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Campgrounds

Yokinup Mia Mia Campground

The coastal scenery of the Thomas River area, including the long, sweeping beach of Yokinup Bay, is a must see.

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Belinup Campground

Belinup campground is situated near the mouth of the Thomas River within Cape Arid National Park.

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Thomas Fishery Campground

Mount Arid provides a spectacular backdrop to Thomas Fishery where you can camp, fish and explore the area’s rich history.

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Seal Creek Campground

Seal Creek is a popular camping and fishing spot on this wild and scenic section of the south coast.

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Mount Ragged Campground

Amongst the mallee scrub and woodlands in the northern part of the park, Mt Ragged has a sheltered picnic area, campground and the thrill of a summit walk.

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Jorndee Creek Campground

Jorndee Creek is a popular camping and fishing spot near one of the more protected beaches along this wild part of the south coast.

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