Caravan parks and camping sites in Western Australia's Golden Outback are available throughout the region; you'll even find them in the remotest outback locations. Check out the list below and start planning your caravan and camping tour of the real Australian outback.
Come and start your outback adventure in Yalgoo at the Yalgoo Caravan Park situated in the main street of town and a 6 hour drive north of Perth
A unique station campground nestled under the majestic gum trees on the banks of the Wooramel River. Relax in the naturally heated therapeutic artesian bore baths from the Birdrong aquifer
Wooleen Station is a working sheep cattle station in the outback of Western Australia. Your hosts the Pollock family will make your stay comfortable, educational and enjoyable in the National Trust listed homestead or the self-contained rammed earth guest houses.
Wave Rock Lakeside Resort and Caravan Park has been developed to cater for guests who would like to get away from it all in a 'home away from home' setting.
Acclaim Parks' Gateway Caravan Park located in Norseman is the gateway to Western Australia for travellers coming from the east along the Nullarbor.
Goldminer Caravan Park is located in Kalgoorlie & just 3.5 kilometres from the town centre. The Park caters for tourists seeking overnight accommodation in air conditioned chalets, cabins, as well as caravan and camping sites
Acclaim Parks' Pine Grove Caravan Park located in Esperance is multi award winning holiday park, situated 3 kilometres from the post office in a peaceful, protected and spacious 13 acre parkland
Wavecrest Village Tourist Park is situated in the pristine southern coastal location of Hopetoun, minutes away from the spectacular natural wonders of the Fitzgerald River National Park.
Prospector Holiday and Caravan Park in Kalgoorlie is conveniently located at the centre of the action, on the corner of the Great Eastern Highway. Our accommodation is varied and caters for families
Ilkurlka Roadhouse is situated in the Great Victoria Desert along the Anne Beadell Highway, approx 700 kilometres north-east of Kalgoorlie, within the Tjuntjuntjara Aboriginal community.