Tom Price Tourist Park

WA
Tom Price
Dogs Allowed
Tom Price Tourist Park in WA is a green oasis in the tiny desert town of Tom Price at the base of the majestic Mount Nameless in the Pilbara region of WA. Offering clean and cosy accommodation and large, grassed caravan and camping sites, Tom Price Caravan Park is the perfect base for exploring the nearby Karijini National Park, or simply sit and soak up the breathtaking desert sunsets and scenery. With a pool to cool off, BBQs and campfires to cook up a meal and friendly, helpful staff, Tom Price Tourist Park is the perfect rest stop for an outback adventurer.

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BBQ
BBQ
Camp Kitchen
Camp Kitchen
Playground
Playground
Dump Point
Dump Point
Kiosk/Store
Kiosk/Store
Swimming Pool
Swimming Pool
Camp Fire
Camp Fire
Laundry
Laundry
Accessible
Accessible
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Park Features
BBQ
BBQ;
Camp Kitchen
Camp Kitchen;
Playground
Playground;
Dump Point
Dump Point;
Kiosk/Store
Kiosk/Store;
Swimming Pool
Swimming Pool;
Camp Fire
Camp Fire;
Laundry
Laundry;
Accessible
Accessible;
Current Deals
Park Info
The town of Tom Price is situated in the Pilbara region of Western Australia, nestled beneath the majestic red expanse of Mount Nameless. Purpose -built for mining 1500km north of Perth, Tom Price now is the ideal location for visiting the world famous Karijini National Park and the nearby Millstream Chichester National Park.

Tom Price Tourist Park is the perfect place to stop on an outback adventure, offering a number of accommodation options that will suit whether you are travelling with your caravan or tent, or are looking for a cabin. Its striking A-Frame Chalets sleep up to 4 in spilt level comfort, while the Green Cabins which offer clean and cosy accommodation for two people.

Tom Price Caravan Park has well grassed and shady powered sites where you can set up your tent or caravan. Guests have full use of the modern amenities including immaculate bathrooms, laundry, camp kitchen and BBQs. Dogs are also welcome. You can sit around one of the camp fires and take in the spectacular sky, or listen to the sounds of the desert while you enjoy a meal and relax. Kids will love the swimming pool as well as the playground.

Tom Price is spoiled for spectacular scenery with the Karijini National Park, the second largest national park in WA, on the doorstep. Plunge into the cool, crystal clear waters of a natural waterhole or clamber over boulders in place for millions of years. Visitors can gaze up at the sheer walls of one of the majestic gorges. You can climb  Mount Nameless for a 360-degree views of the Hammersley Ranges or make the 6-hour hike up Mt Bruce (aka Punurrunha),  the second-highest mountain in Western Australia – you’ll have earned the swim and the sundowner by the camp fire! There are organised tours of the town, mines and national parks – just ask the staff.
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