The wide open wilderness areas and warm climate of the Kimberley and Pilbara regions make them ideal destinations for caravan and camping holidays.
Caravan Sites, Camping Grounds and Hire
Major town centres have a range of caravan and camping grounds as well as hire companies. The peak season is between July and August, so you need to book in advance to avoid disappointment.
For those planning on travelling to Broome with a pooch we suggest planning ahead and checking availability of pet friendly accommodation before you travel.
Start planning your holiday in Australia’s North West and search for Kimberley and Pilbara caravan parks and camping grounds and hire companies.
National Park Camping Sites
National Parks have serviced camp areas, many with onsite rangers, designated generator and non generator sites, fresh water, toilets and shower facilites. These areas may have restrictions on length of stay and park fees may apply. See the Department of Parks and Wildlife website for more information about national park camping sites and fees. Outback Camping
There can be huge distances between townships so you may have to camp on private properties or Aboriginal lands, make sure you obtain permission and permits before entering the area. Some roads are not suitable for towing a caravan and there are camping restrictions in certain areas. Please check road conditions and permit requirements with the local visitor centre before you set off on your journey.
Due to the remoteness of Australia’s North West, you are advised to follow some simple caravan and camping tips. For more travel advice, see the road safety section.
The Norwest has some of the most pristine country on the planet, help us preserve it for future generations to enjoy and follow the seven principles of Leave No Trace.