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$8.00  Per adult per night 


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The inlet of the Waychinicup River is extremely picturesque, with polished granite rocks on both sides. There is no fresh water supplied - please bring your own.

The entry road is suitable for two-wheel-drives but can become flooded. Access is only suitable for four-wheel-drive when flooding occurs. The camping area is not suitable for caravans as there is limited room. Facilities include a long-drop sealed vault toilet and picnic facilities. Best time to visit: Spring to autumn.

NO CAMPFIRES or solid fuel appliances (including stoves, barbeques and heaters) at any time.

Campers´ own liquid or gas fuel barbeques, stoves and heaters can be used at any time, unless a total fire ban has been declared (see Department of Fire and Emergency Services).


Bookings cannot be made. Go to ´Find available sites at other campgrounds´ for the latest information on availability. We cannot give any guarantee of availability of camp sites and we cannot respond to enquiries for specific availability information. Be prepared with an alternative place to stay in case there is no suitable site available.

Sightseeing, nature study, swimming, bushwalking, rock climbing, fishing and family recreation are popular here. Sights include the unspoilt inlet, boulder-strewn headlands and deep gullies.

More about the area

As well as boasting unspoilt coastal scenery, Waychinicup National Park, near Albany, is a vital area for threatened animal species. In places, deeply incised gullies run down to the sea from bare rock exposures and boulder-strewn hilltops.

Within these tree-filled gullies is a secret world of small streams, waterfalls and moss-covered boulders. Some rare and elusive animals have been isolated, yet protected, in these gullies by the fortunate combination of bare rock, moist gullies and almost impenetrable vegetation.

Waychinicup National Park covers the lower reaches and estuary of the Waychinicup River and the line of granite outcrops extending east to Cheyne Beach.




65km east of Albany - a drive of about 45 minutes. The entry road can be hazardous or closed after bad weather.




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*Disclaimer: all locations are approximate indicators only. The Department of Parks and Wildlife (DPaW) is not responsible for the content and/or accuracy of Google maps, or Directions. Not all roads shown on this map are maintained, and are subject to closures.