Eighty Mile Beach Caravan Park
Eighty Mile Beach Caravan Park offers beachfront accommodation and high-quality amenities halfway between Port Hedland and Broome at the gateway to Western Australia’s amazing Kimberley region.
Famous for its fishing, birdwatching and shell-collecting, as well as magnificent sunrises and sunsets, this is the ideal spot to stop, rest and recharge your batteries on this long stretch of road.
Whatever your budget and no matter your length of stay, Eighty Mile Beach Caravan Park offers a relaxing home away from home just metres from pristine beach.
Park your caravan or campervan or pitch your tent on grassed powered and unpowered sites under the ample shade of the park’s abundant trees.
Self-contained accommodation includes seven 2-bedroom cabins, three 1-bedroom cabins and two studio rooms. All include air-conditioning, linen and towels as well as a fully equipped kitchen.
INSIDE THE PARK
Aside from its proximity to the beach and range of accommodation options, what makes Eighty Mile Beach Caravan Park the perfect spot to explore WA’s amazing North West are the facilities inside the park.
All guests get access to a laundry, fresh water, shaded lawns, barbecue areas and well-maintained ablutions blocks. For extra convenience the park also features a well-stocked mini-mart selling basic groceries, ice-cream, bait, ice, tackle and frozen meat, bread and vegetables.
THINGS TO DO IN EIGHTY MILE BEACH
At 220 kilometres long, Eighty Mile Beach is the longest uninterrupted beach in Western Australia. Providing a relaxing escape for local, interstate and international travellers, there are dozens of activities and tourist attractions in close proximity to the park.
Start with the Eighty Mile Beach Coastal Walk, which is a moderately challenging 5.1 km out and back that offers a pleasant introduction to the areas wildlife and remote natural beauty.
Fishing, birdwatching, and shell-collecting along Eighty Mile Beach are popular things to do, and a great opportunity to explore the local Indigenous peoples cultural and spiritual connection to the land.
About an hour’s drive away from the park is Pardoo Station, from which the world-famous Rabbit Proof Fence is a further 15 mins away.