The most spectacular coastal scenery is found in the south-west corner of Cape Le Grand National Park where massive granite and gneiss peaks rise from the coastal plain. The park's rolling heathlands are home to pygmy possums, western grey kangaroos and a diversity of colourful wildflowers including dense thickets of showy banksia.
Enjoy a picnic in a sheltered nook overlooking the beach at Hellfire Bay or Lucky Bay, or explore the whistling rocks at Thistle Cove.
Stroll along wide beaches where the sand squeaks underfoot or enjoy swimming, surfing, fishing, or recreational boating in the park’s picture-perfect bays. Boats may be launched with caution from Lucky Bay and Cape Le Grand Beach. The main recreation sites are located in the park's south-west corner. Dunn Rocks on the eastern side of the park is also a picturesque and popular fishing spot.
A walk on the wild side
Explore the park’s wild reaches on the Le Grand Coastal Trail, which links many of the park’s most spectacular coastal sections between Le Grand Beach and Rossiter Bay. If you still have energy to burn then a hike up Frenchman Peak (262m) will be rewarded with panoramic views of the park and islands in the Recherche Archipelago.
Le Grand Beach and Lucky Bay campgrounds have gas barbecues, picnic tables, toilets and water.
For camping from 1 November 2018 online bookings are essential.
Check availability & book
For camping before 1 November 2018 bookings cannot be made. Set camp at any site that is vacant and not closed to the public on arrival. Fees will be collected by park staff (cash only). If your stay will continue for any night after 1 November 2018 you must book online for those nights.
The drive from Esperance to Cape Le Grand National Park is by sealed road. Roads to all recreation sites in the park are also sealed except for the spur road to Rossiter Bay, which is graded for two-wheel-drive.