Online booking is essential for camping along Ningaloo Coast.
Can you imagine waking up to the sound of the waves lapping the shore, walking only a few steps to a stunning beach and then diving into the crystal blue waters of Ningaloo Marine Park? Sounds too good to be true, right?  
Well, the good news is this CAN be you! And the even better news is you can book and reserve your holiday before you go.  

Treat yourself to a campsite within the spectacular 
Cape Range National Park or, for a more remote experience, explore the newly managed campgrounds on the Ningaloo Coast at Janes Bay, Point Billie, North Lefroy, South Lefroy Bay or Winderabandi. 
To view and book your stay at Ningaloo Coast visit Park Stay WA.

The Warroora Coast offers endless opportunities to enjoy the incredible waters of Ningaloo Marine Park. There are nine newly managed coastal camps to choose from and these operate on a first come, first served basis. If you would prefer the homestead experience you may wish to visit our partner accommodation at Warroora Station

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