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Western Australia Camping, Outdoor and Walking Tours

Experience the real Australia by joining a camping tour, outdoor tour or walking tour of Western Australia. There's nothing quite the same as spending some quality time outdoors, walking through scenic surrounds, watching the birds and other wildlife during the day and waking up to the beautiful melody of the birds in the morning. more

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  • Adventure Wild Kimberley Tours

    Adventure Wild offer premium, quality camping tours specialising in the spectacular Kimberley region. Join them for an adventure you will never forget through one of the most rugged and remote landscapes of the world; they will take you there in safety, comfort and style. With two hosts and a maximum...

  • African Reef Resort Hotel

    There is no better place to stay when visiting Geraldton than the African Reef Resort, with deluxe ocean front rooms with sweeping ocean views and semi self-contained units all just metres away from the beautiful white sands and gentle rolling surf of Tarcoola Beach. All rooms are beautifully appointed with...

  • Albany Happy Days Caravan Park

    Albany Happy Days Caravan Park is a beautiful 3.5 Star AAA rated caravan park with plenty of shade and beautiful gardens situated on the banks of the King River. Close to the outskirts of town in a quite rural area, there is an abundance of bird life to enjoy including...

  • Archipelago of the Recherche

    Nearly 100 untouched islands make up the stunning Archipelago of the Recherche off the coast of Esperance in the remote south east of Western Australia. Here, you can see amazing wildlife including sea eagles, and colonies of sea lions and fur seals which come here to breed. Get up close...

  • Aussie Wanderer

    Aussie Wanderer Adventure Tours is a leading small group, nature based tour company in Western Australia, offering a broad range of eco adventure tours and great value for money. With an average group size of 12 people Aussie Wanderer focuses on flexibility and a personal approach. They make sure their...

  • Avon Valley National Park

    Escape the city at Avon Valley National Park where you can go bushwalking, white water rafting, canoeing and picnicking. This delightful national park is less than an hour’s drive from Perth – spend an afternoon here surrounded by nature and you’ll feel recharged and relaxed. The famous Avon River flows...

  • Baden Powell Campground at Lane Poole Reserve

    Lane Poole Reserve covers some 55,000 hectares of Jarrah forest just 100 kilometres from Perth near Dwellingup. The Murray River flows through the reserve and offers numerous recreational activities from swimming and canoeing to white-water rafting. The Baden Powell campground is ideal for families. It features 42 camp sites: 36...

  • Bald Hill Camp at Avon Valley National Park

    Bald Hill Camp is located in the stunning Avon Valley National Park. Close to jarrah, marri and powderbark forest, the valleys themselves are forested with wandoo, making for peaceful bushwalks through the area. It's also a great place to see a wide variety of wildflowers and birdlife in the Spring....

  • Banksia Tourist Park

    Banksia Tourist Park is located close to the vineyards and attractions of the Swan Valley and is surrounded by an abundance of wildflowers and native birds. They offer a wide range of accommodation to suit everyone’s budget ranging from roomy self-contained fully equipped chalets with air-conditioning, television and video to...

  • Barrabup Pool

    Barrabup Pool is a naturally formed watering hole just outside of Nannup. The peaceful location is a popular swimming and canoeing spot. The surrounding tall native trees provide plenty of shade and the tranquil waters make it a relaxing setting to unwind. Walk out onto the viewing platform for endless...

  • Barwon River Tourist Park

    Barwon River Tourist Park is conveniently located only two kilometres from Geelong's town centre, nestled on the banks of the Barwon River. Enjoy the relaxing atmosphere, beautiful natural attractions and wildlife on offer. The parks quality shines through from the moment you arrive. Clean, updated amenities with baby bath, change...

  • Beachlands Holiday Park Busselton

    Welcome to BIG4 Beachlands, located on beautiful Geographe Bay at the gateway to the Margaret River wine region. As Western Australian Tourism Award winners in 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2009 and Australian Tourism Award winner in 1998, Beachlands is recognised as a leading resort holiday park. They’ve built their reputation...

  • Bell Gorge

    Beautiful Bell Gorge, with its stunning waterfall, bushwalking and bird watching, lies within the Kimberley's rugged King Leopold Range Conservation Park. During the wet season great volumes of water cascade down the waterfall, making it the perfect place for a refreshing swim. Make sure you bring your camera as Bell...

  • Bibbulmun Track

    The Bibbulmun Track is one of the world's great long distance walking trails, stretching over 1,000 kilometres from Kalamunda, in the Perth Hills, to the historic town of Albany on the south coast. This Top Trail passes through the heart of the scenic south west of Western Australia. The track...

  • BIG4 Peppermint Park

    Centrally located on Caves Road between Busselton and Dunsborough, Big4 Peppermint Park is the perfect base for accessing all the attractions the south west has to offer. Situated on 20 acres of peppermint tree parklands, their holiday park offers a whisper quiet location to make your visit even more enjoyable....

  • BIG4 Plantation Caravan Park

    BIG4 Plantation Caravan Park offers tree-lined, bitumen roads, laundry facilities, outdoor kitchen, free barbeques, below ground pool, children's playground and much more. BIG4 Plantation Caravan Park is known as a peaceful, shady park with the convenience of a 24 hour star-mart nearby. Both powered sites and en suite cabins are...

  • BIG4 Taunton Farm Holiday Park

    BIG4 Taunton Farm Holiday Park is a unique, genuine farm stay experience offering friendly service in a relaxing, peaceful, rural environment with private and family friendly features. BIG4 Taunton Farm Holiday Park offers a choice of powered and unpowered sites, drive-through grassed sites, coach access and a woodland camping area....

  • Big Lagoon

    Big Lagoon is a series of magnificent tranquil lagoons located just outside of Denham. Sit on the shore and watch the abundant marine life including dolphins, sting rays and sharks as they frolic in the shallow waters. If you are looking for a more interactive experience, the lagoon is a...

  • Blackwood River

    The delightful Blackwood River which flows through the south west of the State offers some excellent scenic walk trails along its banks. The Blackwood is the largest river in the south west and begins its journey near the wheat belt town of Wagin, before flowing through Boyup Brook, Bridgetown and...

  • Blackwood River Tourist Drive

    Winding bush drives, lush orchards, quaint towns, tall jarrah and marri forests and spectacular scenery are just some of the attractions of the Blackwood River Tourist Drive. Following the splendid Blackwood River, this 113 kilometre premier Top Trail takes you through some of Western Australia's most picturesque farm country. An...

  • Buccaneer Sea Safaris

    Buccaneer Sea Safaris have provided unforgettable eco experiences along the fantastic Kimberley coast for in excess of 20 years and have accumulated an unsurpassed wealth of local knowledge. Our 19 metre aluminium catamaran, Mahalo II, provides full live aboard facilities. Comfortable air-conditioned accommodation in six private cabins, she has three...

  • Cape Arid National Park

    For four wheel driving along vast white beaches, camping out under a star-filled sky, colourful wildflowers, whale watching and swimming at secluded bays, a visit to Cape Arid National Park east of Esperance is a must. This untouched paradise is also known for its excellent bushwalking and beach fishing. Most...

  • Cape Keraudren Nature Reserve

    Cape Keraudren Nature Reserve is situated on a picturesque beach with pristine white sands that stretch as far as the eye can see. The clear blue water is a spectacular welcome to the start of the famous Eighty Mile Beach. This well travelled stretch of beach is well placed on...

  • Cape Le Grand National Park

    There aren’t too many places in Australia where kangaroos sunbake on the beach, but at Cape Le Grand National Park this is just one of the many natural highs on offer. This pristine park near Esperance is known for its stunning scenery and idyllic beaches where you can go swimming,...

  • Cape Range National Park

    Pristine Cape Range National Park near the town of Exmouth offers some amazing outback adventures from four wheel driving to gorge hiking and bush walking - and what's more it adjoins a stunning coastline where you can go swimming and snorkelling. The area is known for the striking contrast of...

  • Cape to Cape Track

    The Cape to Cape Walk Track runs for 135 kilometres along the Leeuwin-Naturaliste Ridge, between the lighthouse of Cape Naturaliste and Cape Leeuwin in the far south west of Western Australia. The moderate Top Trail features spectacular coastal and forest scenery, a fascinating geology of cliffs, caves, headlands and rock...

  • Casey Australia Tours

    Casey Australia Tours is one of Western Australia's most experienced coach tour operators, showing off this spectacular state since 1973. On their high quality, eco-friendly coach tours you travel in the safety and comfort of their luxury air-conditioned coaches or four wheel drive coaches with a friendly group of like-minded...

  • Central Caravan Park

    Ideally located just 10 minutes drive to the city of Perth, Central Caravan Park is a friendly home during your stay in Perth. Nestled on the banks of the Swan River, Central Caravan Park provides the perfect backdrop to enjoy walks, fishing and boating on this famous river. There are...

  • Chapman Valley Scenic Drive

    Scenic drives through fields of spring time wildflowers and picturesque farmland makes Chapman Valley a popular destination for self drive adventure. Located north east of Geraldton, Chapman Valley is a prime spot for wildflower fans, with bright pink, blue and white everlastings colouring the landscape during the season. The area...

  • Charlies Flat Campground at Lane Poole Reserve

    Lane Poole Reserve covers some 55,000 hectares of Jarrah forest just 100 kilometres from Perth near Dwellingup. The Murray River flows through the reserve and offers numerous recreational activities from swimming and canoeing to white-water rafting. Charlie's Flat is one of a number of small campgrounds situated along the Murray...

  • Cherokee Village Mobile Home and Tourist Park

    Cherokee Village Mobile Home and Tourist Park is located just 17 kilometres north of Perth, with 22 powered sites, 11 fully self-contained cabins with bathroom, reverse cycle air-conditioning, television and all linen is supplied. Other facilities include solar heated swimming pool, barbecues and children's playground. Public transport is available at the door. …

  • Chile Creek Community Stay

    Chile Creek Community Stay is located two hours 30 minutes drive from Broome on the Dampier Peninsular. At Chile Creek they aim to create a gentle eco friendly Indigenous experience that allows you to explore the untouched beauty of the Dampier Peninsula. For the self sufficient traveller they have non-powered...

  • Chuditch Campground at Lane Poole Reserve

    Lane Poole Reserve covers some 55,000 hectares of Jarrah forest just 100 kilometres from Perth near Dwellingup. The Murray River flows through the reserve and offers numerous recreational activities from swimming and canoeing to white-water rafting. Chuditch has 24 camp sites that are ideal for families; it is not intended...

  • Coalseam Conservation Park

    Coalseam Conservation Park showcases spectacular bush land with a vast array of Mother Nature's finest offerings on display. It is difficult to miss the explosion of colour during the spring wildflower season. A stunning collection of flowers including Everlastings, Banksias, Hakeas and Grevilleas will ensure an explosion of colour to...

  • Cooke Point Holiday Park - Aspen Parks

    Cooke Point Holiday Park - Aspen Parks is a great location to make your base in the north of the Pilbara. After the long drive from Broome in the north or one of the southern towns, you will find this park to be a refreshing coastal oasis. Located on a...

  • Coronation Beach

    Located 32 kilometres north of Geraldton along the North West Coastal Highway, Coronation Beach is a favourite spot for windsurfing and surfing. Coronation Beach is renowned as one of the finest windsurfing locations in the world and hosts many windsurfing competitions, attracting many international visitors each year. The beach offers...

  • Crystal Springs Homestead

    Crystal Springs Homestead is set within three acres of private grounds with an attractive lakes, offering a quality natural environment with an abundance of native animals and birds. Accommodation at Crystal Springs Homestead is comfortable with the ‘Holiday House’ offering large groups plenty of space and the ‘Ranger’s House’ a...

  • Dampiers Landing - Sammys Well Camp at Dirk Hartog Island National Park

    Dampier's Landing / Sammy's Well Camp is located in Dirk Hartog Island National Park, making it the perfect destination for a snorkelling and diving holiday. Visitors can enjoy the beautiful coral of the Shark Bay Marine Park, as well as a number of reef fish including coral trout, blue-lined emperor...

  • Dare Adventures

    Dare Adventures is an Adventure camp based in Dwellingup, Western Australia. The camp has the capacity to facilitate an extensive range of outdoor activities supervised by its well trained and qualified staff members. Accommodation only packages are available or you can choose to get adventurous with a spot of paintball...

  • Darngku Heritage Cruises

    Darngku Heritage Cruises provide the opportunity for you to see the magnificent features of Darngku, Geikie Gorge National Park, in the West Kimberley, through the eyes of its traditional Aboriginal owners. With your Bunuba guides you will cruise the placid waters of Geikie Gorge, climb Bunbura Lookout on the top...

  • Dawesville Caravan Park Holiday Village

    Dawesville Caravan Park Holiday Village is a quiet shady park ideally nestled between Melrose Beach and the Estuary, three minutes south of the Dawesville Cut with all the associated water activities and 15 minutes from Mandurah. They offer a range of accommodation to suit your budget from powered tent and...

  • D'Entrecasteux National Park

    D'Entrecasteaux National Park combines pristine beaches and tall forests in a spectacular landscape along the southern coastline. Go bushwalking through dense forest and coastal tracks, or four wheel driving through sand dunes. Be warned - the dunes in this area move with the weather so be sure to take a...

  • Digger's Rest Station

    Digger's Rest Station offers outback hospitality in the midst of the magnificent Kimberley landscape. Come out and bed down in the air-conditioned bunkhouse, enjoy the spectacular views from one of their bush huts, or set up camp around the old stone homestead. Enjoy the laid back atmosphere of this authentic...

  • Dimond Gorge

    Rugged and remote Dimond Gorge sits amidst the Kimberley outback near Mornington Wilderness Camp. Here, you can go bushwalking, swimming, canoeing and bird watching. You’ll be amazed by the rich colours of the 30 metre-high cliff walls and abundant wildlife. The 40 kilometre gorge was carved out by the mighty...

  • Dirk Hartog Island

    Fishing is among the world's best at Dirk Hartog Island in the Shark Bay Marine Park. Throw in a line from the side of a boat and you could snare a pink snapper, mackerel, yellow-fin tuna or sailfish. Other amazing marine creatures are regularly spotted off the beaches of Dirk...

  • Dirk Hartog Island Eco Lodge

    Situated within the Shark Bay World Heritage Area, Dirk Hartog Island Eco Lodge is one of Australia's emerging nature based tourism destinations. The island is the site of the first European landing on Western Australian soil in 1616 by Dutch sea Captain Dirk Hartog. Rugged cliffs, tranquil beaches, amazing landscapes...

  • Discovery Holiday Parks - Boulder

    Discovery Holiday Parks - Boulder is the first stop for travellers heading to Kalgoorlie-Boulder. Conveniently located on the Southern entrance to Kalgoorlie-Boulder, the entrance of our park prominently features an authentic mining head frame. At Discovery Holiday Parks - Boulder we aim to make your Kalgoorlie experience memorable and will...

  • Discovery Holiday Parks - Bunbury

    Discovery Holiday Parks - Bunbury is your home away from home, just two hours south of Perth. They are an ideal family park with a huge range of activities and facilities to entertain children. While their accommodation is ideally suited to families, their Austrian Spa Chalets are very popular with...

  • Discovery Holiday Parks - Kalgoorlie

    Welcome to gold rush country! Discovery Holiday Parks - Kalgoorlie is a fully accredited business and is a proud member of Top Tourist Parks of Australia. Our park was awarded a special commendation at the recent Kalgoorlie Chamber of Commerce and Industry Awards. Discovery Holiday Parks - Kalgoorlie offers quality...

  • Discovery Holiday Parks - Koombana Bay

    Launch into the waters on the peninsula's seemingly endless sandy bay inlets and long white beaches and feel a million miles from city life. Located in the heart of the Geographe region and nestled between Perth and the internationally acclaimed Margaret River wine region, Discovery Holiday Parks - Koombana Bay,...

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