Camping under the stars
Karijini National Park
Within easy reach of Dales Gorge Day Use area, Fortescue Falls and Circular Pool, Dales Gorge Camping Ground is a great place from which to explore the eastern end of the park.
Dales Gorge campsite has bush toilets, picnic tables and gas barbecues.
Camping fees apply – $11 adult per night, $6.60 concession card holder per night, $2.20 child per night (over 5 and under 16 years)
Bookings must be made online here.
Karijini Eco Retreat
The Savannah campground is located within the grounds of Karijini Eco Retreat and has 82 un-powered sites available , with generators able to be used between 4 – 8pm daily. Campers have access to the shared bathroom amenities (Flushing toilets & solar hot water showers), as well as an undercover bush kitchen (Gas BBQ, Sink, Preparation area & seating). Camping guests are also welcome to use the onsite restaurant & bar.
Bookings can be made via Karijini Eco Retreat
Camping areas at Millstream are Miliyanha and Stargazers Campgrounds. Miliyanha is a generator friendly campground and suitable for all vehicles. Stargazers is strictly a non-generator site and very large vehicles should proceed to Miliyanha.
Solid fuel fires are not permitted in the park under any circumstances. Both campgrounds have BBQ facilities but use of personal gas cooking appliances is also welcome.
Campground Hosts are stationed in both campground for the majority of the tourist season, between mid-April and early October. They can provide a wealth of information about the park and what you can do here, as well as collect your camping fees.
Fresh water is available at the Homestead and Miliyanha campground. The water is untreated. Boiling or chemical treatment is recommended. Remember to carry plenty of water with you at all times.
Nearest fuel, supplies and accommodation can be found at Karratha (140km), Pannawonica (90km), Munjina Roadhouse (230km) and Tom Price (210km).
Your Pilbara Camping with Custodians Experience
Peedamulla Campground is a newly built campground located just off the North West Coastal Highway near the Onslow turnoff.
We offer powered & unpowered sites and wonderful views of the expansive countryside, with opportunities to explore isolated coastline, wetlands and heritage listed ruins, along with the warm hospitality of local Aboriginal owners, the Parker family. Campers can also enjoy hot showers at Peedamulla.
The campsite is open from March to October – bookings are recommended from May through to September.
Experience life as a pastoralist, or enjoy the serenity of the wide open spaces.
Emu Creek Station
Darryl and Joyce Penny
1 Nyang Road, Barradale WA
Emu Creek Station