Yardie Creek Road, Cape Range National Park, WESTERN AUSTRALIA View Map
Cape Range National Park is in the northern part of the Ningaloo Coast World Heritage Area with stunning snorkelling on one of the longest near-shore reefs in the world and spectacular, rugged gorges among the major attractions.
The 12 campgrounds in the park are all just a short drive from all those attractions. All are no more than a short walk from the turquoise waters of Ningaloo.
Online booking is available for selected campgrounds only for the peak season of 1 April to 11 October. For camping during the off-peak season and throughout the year for other campgrounds in the park, booking is not available, sites are allocated on arrival at the park (subject to availbility).
Camping fees are: adult $10.00, concession $6.60 and child (6-15yrs) $2.20 per night. An additional vehcle entry fee applies, a range of options are available for purchase from a number of outlets including the Parks and Wildlife online shop and the park entry station and visitor centre.
Dogs are not permitted in Cape Range National Park.
For more information and to book go to parkstay.dpaw.wa.gov.au
Highlights in the area include the appearance of the world`s largest fish, the whale shark; nesting of three of the world`s seven species of marine turtle; and the humpback whale migration.
Ningaloo Marine Park, with it`s many opportunities to enjoy swimming, snorkelling, diving, fishing and surfing is accessible from all of the campgrounds in Cape Range National Park.
Cape Range National Park also offers walk trails, scenic lookouts and a bird hide.
Note that beaches in the park are not patrolled and that fishing is subject to marine park and Department of Fisheries regulations.
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