Camping, Campsites & Caravans

near Denmark, Walpole & Albany Western Australia
The Rainbow Coast, the South Coast of Western Australia
along the Great South West Edge

There are many camping places along the south coast near Denmark, Walpole and Albany, Western Australia. Here you will find a list to help you plan your visit to the Rainbow Coast. We have provided as much information as we have found and we recommend contacting the people responsible for the campgrounds for current availability, rules and rates.

Camping near Albany, Denmark and Walpole, Western Australia

Parry Beach, Denmark, WA

Parry Beach WA - 21 kms west of Denmark.
Fees apply $7.00 per night

This large campsite with separate bays is simply wonderful. Only a short distance from the beach and under the shade of peppermint trees make this a tranquil location. The road through the campsite is excellent. There are no shops, the nearest town is Denmark 21km away. You cannot make a booking, you just turn up there, it is busy during main holidays.

  • Two flushing toilets
  • Solar hot water male and female shower blocks
  • Solar lighting for night use
  • BBQ and picnic area
  • Bins
  • Laundry
  • Bore water
  • Caretaker on site
  • Unpowered sites only
  • Boat launch
  • Fishing
  • Bibbulmun Track runs through part of the park and along the beach.
  • Swimming
  • Surfing
  • Dog friendly
Parry Beach, Denmark

Torbay Inlet (East), Torbay

28 km west of Albany via Lower Denmark, Perkins Beach and Torbay Inlet roads. (4WD recommended)
Free camping

This is a very small camping area in a peaceful location. Torbay Inlet is surrounded by coastal scrub.

  • Dog friendly
  • Swimming
  • Fishing
  • Canoeing
  • 4WD boat launch

Torbay Inlet


 
Shelley Beach, Albany

30 km west of Albany via Lower Denmark Rd then Cosy Corner Rd
Fees apply $7.00 per night

Shelley Beach bush is a small natural coastal campsite with limited space for trailers. This area is spectacularly beautiful with a white pristine sandy beach and walking trails all around. The Shelley Beach lookout is a popular launch pad for hang-gliding and para-gliding.

  • 2WD gravel Road access
  • BBQ
  • Toilets
  • Bins
  • Fires
  • No dogs
  • No caravans
  • Hang Gliding
  • Fishing
  • Snorkelling
  • Scuba diving
  • Bibbulmun Track - walking
  • Hang-gliding
  • Rock Climbing


Shelley Beach

 
Cosy Corner Beach (East)

30 km west of Albany off Cosy Corner Rd via Lower Denmark Rd. Free camping

This secluded camping area next to the beach has 10 sites set around the trees. There are picnic benchs and there is a shady grassy area. This is a popular campsite during main holidays.

  • Maximum stay 3 nights.
  • Sealed Road Access
  • Caravans
  • BBQ
  • Boat launch
  • Beach shower
  • Composting toilets
  • Bins
  • Fires (check before lighting a fire as restrictions could apply)
  • Dog friendly
  • Fishing
  • Swimming
  • Bibbulmun Track - walking

Cosy Corner Beach (East)


Betty’s Beach

Manypeaks. Free camping

This campsite has two camping areas, the grassed area and it is also possible to camp on the beach past the rocks that divide the beach and cove area. Durning the professional salmon fishing season from Mid Feb to the end of April campers are not encouraged.

  • Toilets
  • Bins
  • No caravans
  • Swimming
  • Fishing

Norman’s Beach

49 km east of Albany at Manypeaks, reached via the South Coast Hwy, Homestead Rd and Norman’s Beach Rd. Free camping

This foreshore camp ground provides a secluded beach setting surrounded by coastal scrub.

  • Bore Hole
  • Caravans
  • Dog friendly
  • Maximum stay 3 nights.
  • Fishing
  • Swimming
  • Walking

 
Two People's Bay East
  • Restricted camping sites
  • No caravans
  • Toilets
  • Caravans
  • Dog friendly

This secluded camping area is 52 km north-east of Albany on Two People Bay. Fish and swim on a beautiful section of coastline or simply relax and take in the magnificent views. On East Bay Rd, the site is off Bettys Beach Rd via Homestead Rd off the South Coast Hwy. The basic facilities suit self-sufficient campers.


Waychinicup Inlet Camping Area
  • Fees apply $7.00 (we are not responsible for price changes, please check with the local Tourist Office if you need to be sure)
  • Toilets
  • No caravans
  • No dogs
  • Canoeing
  • Fishing
  • Swimming

Off Cheyne Beach Rd, 60 km east of Albany, Waychinicup Inlet has 9 tent sites, some walk-in only. The facilities are basic (you need to bring drinking water and a gas/fuel stove) but the coastal location is picturesque.


 
Crystal Springs

Situated in the Walpole-Nornalup National Park a little more than ten kilometres west of Walpole at the turning for Mandalay Beach. 500m off the highway

Fees apply $10.00 per night

Marked camp sites.

  • Bush toilet
  • Drinking water
  • BBQ
  • Unpowered
  • Picnic tables

There are two other campgrounds in this area which are accessible only by 4WD: Banksia Beach (4 kms of 4WD only), Long Point (9 kms of 4WD only)

 

 


Centre Road Crossing
  • Free camping
  • Toilets, tank water, BBQ
  • 1 cabin available- first come first served, maximum stay 3 days.

Situated in National Park on the Deep River, 20km west of Walpole on South Western Highway. On Centre Rd, 5 km east of the South Western Hwy, this small camping area is on the western side of Deep River. Take the signposted turn-off 20 km north-west of Walpole. Surrounded by dense forest, the basic camping facilities include a shelter hut, along with limited tent sites. A 3-night maximum stay applies.


Fernhook Falls, Walpole
  • Fees apply $7.00 per adult per night
  • Toilets, tank water, Gas BBQs, kitchen, 2 cabins available- first come first served, maximum stay 3 days
  • Canoeing, Hiking
  • Swimming
  • No Dogs
  • Fires (when posted)

Situated 36 km north-west of Walpole on Beardmore Road, turn off South Western Highway.
Located on Beardmore Road (36kms NW of Walpole), Fernhook Falls are part of the Deep River with spectacular falls in winter. This area is also a popular swimming and picnic spot in summer. Below the falls, at the river edge, are board walks and a stairway into the river affords a safe canoe launch during the white water season of July to October. Camping facilities are also available. Two shelters, camping sites, water and barbecue facilities are provided for a fee.

Explore the falls area or take a canoe trip on the pristine Deep River. The camping area is 6 km east of the South Western Hwy, with signposted access along Beardmore Rd, 35 km north-west of Walpole. Shelter huts are available.

Fernhook Falls is a small, secluded camping area in the forest. With limited sites for off-road camper trailers, you can stay here to explore the falls area or take a canoe trip on the pristine Deep River. The camping area is 6 km east of the South Western Hwy, with signposted access along Beardmore Rd, 35 km north-west of Walpole. Shelter huts are available and you need to bring your own drinking water.


 
Mt Frankland National Park, Walpole
  • Free camping
  • Toilets, Fires
  • A shelter, toilet, water and barbecue facilities are also available to campers.

 

 

 

 

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