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Cape Range National Park

Yardie Creek Road, Exmouth | Exmouth Region, Western Australia 6707, Australia
+61 8 9949 2808
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“oyster stacks” (24 reviews)
“yardie creek” (35 reviews)
“turquoise bay” (27 reviews)
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Yardie Creek Road, Exmouth | Exmouth Region, Western Australia 6707, Australia
+61 8 9949 2808
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Be warned of you want to camp here during peak season you must book online you will not get a site just turning up. Lots to see here. Snorkeling, swimming, turtles, fishing, Great Walks. Lots of wildlife. We stayed 8 nights in the park yardie...More

Thank Shayster23
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We booked three sites at the Osprey Bay camp and LOVED our time there! Having just travelled the Gibb River Road the beachside/reef/snorkelling/etc., at Osprey/Ningaloo was FANTASTIC! The sites for each camp are very generous. We were three couples; two with TVans in tow and...More

Thank BrowneDog
Reviewed 5 August 2017 via mobile

Cape Range NP provides bush camps at several campgrounds in an unspoilt natural environment, there are toilets but no water. Campsites must be booked online prior to arrival, Exmouth is the last opportunity to purchase fuel and supplies of any kind. Great snorkelling, fishing, whale...More

Thank Tw1ga
Reviewed 31 July 2017

kids all loved staying in the national park at Mesa. Loved being right on the beach and able to go swimming and playing all day. Also loved the view of the stars at night. There is no power or showers at any of the camp...More

Thank lefamily5
Reviewed 22 July 2017

We stayed at Tulki & Osprey. Osprey was our favourite. Lovely view, better toilets & reasonable snorkelling. Osprey is closer to Yardi hikes & Tulki closer to Turquoise Bay for snorkelling but easy drive between any of them. Our favourite spot for snorkelling was Turquoise...More

Thank ChristineBob
Reviewed 10 July 2017 via mobile

Well worth spending a few days exploring this stunning piece of nature. The gorges, Yardie Creek & endless beaches & coral reef. So many animals & sea life to see in a stunning landscape. Please be careful on the roads. After about 4pm kangaroos &...More

Thank PeneSh2013
Reviewed 10 July 2017 via mobile

Such a beautiful national park. We did 2 walks - Mandu Mandu Gorge and Yardie Creek Gorge. Both require closed shoes, a hat and a bottle of water...saw a number of people without these - crazy! There is no shade and particularly for Mandu Mandu...More

Thank Kiwisok
Reviewed 18 June 2017 via mobile

It's a pretty drive from Exmouth to the Cape Range National Park. The drive through the park is picturesque too. There are plenty of beaches for snorkelling and a gorge for exploring. There is also camping which I didn't know about ...but was booked out...More

Thank Mary G
Reviewed 18 June 2017

If you love spotting animals in the wild, Lakeside, Oyster Stacks and Yardie Creek are must-sees when you're visiting the park. Work up a sweat and go Kangaroo-spotting on a Yardie Creek hike before hitting Lakeside and Oyster Stacks for some of the most unique...More

1  Thank MeganAT93
Reviewed 18 April 2017

This is my favourite snorkelling spot in all the places I have visited. Camping in the park now costs $10per person a night & the only facilities provided are drop toilets. Unfortunately the government changed the booking system allowing online booking for all sites 180...More

Thank Karry R
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16 April 2017|
Response from ChristineBob |
Sorry for the late response, I only just saw the question. We only stayed at Tulki & Osprey. The 1st 2 nights were quite windy & I wouldn't like to have been in a tent. I believe Kurrajong is a bit more protected. Osprey had... More
19 December 2016|
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Response from togher64 | Reviewed this property |
Hi Christine Not sure when you are looking at travelling to the region however the whale sharks are seasonal so be sure to check that before you book! Cheers Bryony
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11 November 2016|
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Response from togher64 | Reviewed this property |
Definitely not off the main road - we have just completed the trip through this area and our SUV Tiguan Volkswagen struggled off the main roads. Some of the sealed roads are ok but slow going - by choice a 4 wheel drive is... More