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The Camp Ground is open all year around. Upgrades are being made under new state government regulations. Some changes already in place:
The Shire recognises the value of this wonderful camp ground. A strong focus is placed on ensuring the grounds can be enjoyed sustainably into the future.
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About Alexandra Bridge
There is a fantastic camping area located on the banks of the Blackwood River, 26 kilometres north-east of Augusta. The turn off is 10 kilometres from Karridale, off the Brockman Highway on to Clarke Drive.
A tranquil haven, it features a stunning array of birds and wildlife and the river provides activities such as swimming, canoeing, fishing and boating making it a year round destination for visitors who enjoy camping in a natural environment. The camp site has:
The following facilities are not provided; Camp kitchen, laundry facilities, hot water, power, chemical dump point.
Bookings are not taken for the camping ground. During the off peak season a self-registration box for camping fees is in place.
$10 per adult
$5 children (2-14 years)
Location Clarke Road, Alexandra Bridge WA
Phone 08 9780 5676 (9.00am - 5.00pm)
Nestled on the shores of the magnificent pristine waters of Flinders Bay Augusta, Flinders Bay caravan park is Augusta's only beach front holiday park and offers a fabulous base from which to explore this beautiful part of the southwest.
The caravan park is situated 40km south of Margaret River, and only minutes from the Augusta townsite and the Leeuwin Lighthouse and offers the following facilities:
The park is closed for winter between 1 June and 31 August (inclusive) each year.
Location Albany Terrace, Augusta, WA
Phone 08 9780 5636
With the Blackwood River right at your doorstep, Turner caravan park is the best holiday spot for fishing, boating, swimming and enjoying the picturesque surrounds of the rivermouth. You can often see visiting dolphins cruising the river in front of the park.
Large stingrays, over summer, and pelicans are happy to share your catch of the day at the filleting tables.
The park is within easy walking distance from the Augusta Town Centre.
A ten minute walk along the river and through the dunes in the opposite direction will take you out to the beautiful Southern Ocean and its unspoiled beaches: the area is an easy access paradise for wind and kite surfers along the river mouth and for board surfers when the ocean swell is up.
Leeuwin National Park forms the backdrop of the park and wonderful bush tracks can be started right from the park office.
Visit Turner Park Caravan Park website for more information
Location 1 Blackwood Avenue, Augusta, WA
Phone 08 9780 5633
The Shire will be developing a site plan and chalet design for the north east corner of the park progressing towards the construction or installation of three or more chalets on the site. This will progress to the development of an overall site plan for the park in the near future.
A caravan dump point is located at Gloucester Park, Margaret River for the use of visitors during business hours. Regulations require the Shire to lock the dump point so it is necessary to collect and return the key at the Administration Centre Wallcliffe Road, Margaret River during office hours. The Recreation Centre, located next to the main office, also has keys to access the dump point on weekend and public holidays that the Recreation Centre is open.
There is no free camping within the shire; to 'camp' also includes sleeping in a vehicle. Any person found contravening the Caravan and Camping Grounds Act will receive a modified penalty of $100 on the spot.
Designated camping areas are listed in the Camping information brochure.
It is also recommended that you contact the Margaret River Visitor Information Centre for more detailed information.
PO Box 61
Margaret River WA 6285
41 Wallcliffe Road
Monday to Friday
Ph 08 9780 5255
Fax 08 9757 2512
66 Allnutt Terrace
Monday to Friday
Ph 08 9780 5660
Fax 08 9758 0033
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