Whether you wish to stay in a more traditional caravan park or set up in a bush camp environment, the choice is yours.
Ravensthorpe and Hopetoun are RV friendly towns, there is FREE 48 hour camping for self-contained vehicles ONLY. The Ravensthorpe RV friendly site is opposite the BP Roadhouse, the Hopetoun RV Friendly site is located at the Esplanade car park.
Ravensthorpe Shire run sites Mason Bay and Starvation Bay have recently been upgraded to provide more camp sites and toilet facilities for camp goers. The family friendly camp grounds are very popular amongst visitors and locals, with VAC swim even being held at Starvation Bay during January. Sites are $10 per/night per/site. Dogs are welcome, but must be kept on leads.
Hopetoun facilities: A dump point is located at Senna Road opposite Wavecrest Village. Potable water for campers and caravans can be sourced at McCulloch Park near the Hopetoun Jetty end of town.
Ravensthorpe facilities: A dump point is located in Dunn Street next door to the Ravensthorpe Community Resource Centre. Potable water is available at the Information Bay on Morgans Street opposite the BP Roadhouse.
Camping in the Fitzgerald River National Park
Hamersley Inlet: Enjoy close access to the inlet for all of your hiking, boating and fishing activities. The campground is run by the Shire of Ravensthorpe, only $10 per/night per/site, with toilet facilities and a sheltered gas BBQ.
St Mary Inlet: Located on the Western Side of the Park near Point Ann, the site is accessible by two wheel drive. You will find the location on the map in this brochure). It is $7.50 per adult per night and $2.20 for children. This site is quite basic with no facilities, you will need to bring your own water.
Four Mile Campground: Popular site located near Four Mile Beach, accessible via 2WD, there are picnic tables and gas barbeques facilities. The site is $10 per adult per night, children $2.20. You will need to bring your own water. No fires within the National Park
PLEASE KEEP FITZGERALD COAST BEAUTIFUL.
Please leave your camping area unspoiled. Picking native plants and wildflowers is prohibited. NO FIRES are permitted between November 1 and January 31, however fire restrictions are in place throughout summer. If in doubt, ask. Please camp in designated areas only. Please observe DIEBACK restrictions. RV toilets are not to be emptied into long drops as the chemicals cause interference.