About this campground
The roadside heath along Poison Creek Road is home to Australian bustards, brown falcons, tiny wrens and a stunning display of wildflowers. Even in autumn and summer there are flowers out, particularly the banksias.
This area and campground are subject to close without notice should a wet weather event occur. Visitors planning to camp are recommended to check conditions regularly with the local Parks and Wildlife Esperance office (08) 9083 2100.
There are campgrounds accessible to four-wheel drive vehicles at Yokinup Mia Mia and also in Cape Le Grand and Stokes National Parks.
Plants, wildlife and fungi
Visit the Atlas of Living Australia for a list of species recorded within a 5km radius of Seal Creek Campground.
We recognise and acknowledge Ngatjumay and Wudjari people as the traditional owners of Cape Arid National Park.