Camping and Beaches

The secluded beaches of Hopetoun on Western Australia’s far south coast are among the most pristine and untouched in the country.

Coastal Sites

Munglinup Beach (managed by the Shire of Esperance)

2WD access, Caravan park, campsite, toilets, foot access to beach, fishing, whale watching.

Starvation Bay / Powell Point ²

2WD access, campsite, boat ramp**, swimming, toilets, foot access to beach, walking, fishing, whale watching, nature study.

Mason Bay ²

2WD access, boat ramp, campsite, toilets, foot access to beach, fishing, whale watching.

Twelve Mile ²

2WD access, toilets, foot access to beach, fishing, whale watching.

Five Mile ²

2WD access, toilets, foot access to beach, fishing, whale watching.

Two Mile ²

2WD access, toilets, foot access to beach, swimming, fishing, whale watching.

Mary Ann Haven ²

Hopetoun town site - Caravan Park, other accommodation and meals, toilets, gas BBQ, playground, foot access to beach, swimming, fishing, whale watching.

Flathead point ²

Hopetoun town site - Caravan Park, other accommodation and meals, toilets, foot access to beach, fishing, whale watching.

West Beach (Town Site) ²

Hopetoun town site - Caravan Park, other accommodation and meals, toilets, gas BBQ, foot access to beach, swimming, fishing, whale watching.

Four Mile Beach ¹

2WD access, Scenic outlook, gas BBQ, toilets, campsite, foot access to beach only, walking, fishing, whale watching, nature study.

Barrens Beach ¹

2WD access, Scenic outlook, foot access to beach only, walking, fishing, whale watching, nature study.

East Mylies Beach ¹

2WD access, Scenic outlook, foot access to beach, walking, fishing, whale watching, nature study.

West Beach Point ¹

2WD access, Scenic outlook, walking.

West Beach (Hamersley) ¹

2WD access, Scenic outlook, walking, fishing, whale watching, nature study.

Edwards Point ¹

4WD access ³

Hamersley Dunes ¹

4WD access ³, 4WD access to the beach, fishing, nature study.

Hamersley Inlet ²

2WD access, gas BBQ, toilets, campsite, boat launch, fishing, nature study.

Whalebone Beach ¹

4WD access ³, scenic outlook, foot access to beach only, walking, fishing, whale watching, nature study.

Quoin Head ¹

4WD access ³, scenic outlook, gas BBQ, toilets, campsite, foot access to beach only, walking, fishing, whale watching, nature study.

Fitzgerald Beach ¹

4WD access ³, 4WD access to the beach, fishing, whale watching, nature study.

Fitzgerald Inlet ¹

4WD access ³, gas BBQ, toilets, campsite, foot access to beach, 4WD access to beach, walking, fishing, nature study.

St Mary Inlet ¹

2WD access, scenic outlook, gas BBQ, toilets, campsite, foot access to beach, 4WD access to beach, walking, fishing, whale watching, nature study.

Point Ann ¹

2WD access, scenic outlook, gas BBQ, toilets, foot access to beach only, walking, fishing, whale watching, nature study, boat launch **

** Point Ann boat launch - no boats over 3 metres. Closed during whale migration season, July to October.

Small Boondalup River ¹

4WD access ³, backpack camping, foot access to beach only, nature study.

Trigelow Beach ¹

4WD access ³, foot access to beach, 4WD access to beach **, whale watching, nature study.

** Conditions of 4WD track continually change. Check conditions.

1

Denotes area is within the Fitzgerald River National Park and is managed by the Department of Environment and Conservation (DEC).

  • Park entry fees and camping fees apply.
  • No fires.
  • Restrictions apply to caravans, buses and motorhomes.
  • No pets or firearms.
  • No dumping of rubbish, take your litter with you.

For more information contact DEC park rangers on;

  • Senior Ranger, Quiss Rd Jerramungup on (08) 9835 5043
  • Eastern Side (East Mt Barren) Hopetoun on (08) 9838 3060
  • Western Side (Murray Rd) on (08) 9837 1022
  • or visit the DEC website.

2

Denotes area is managed by the Shire of Ravensthorpe.

For more information contact the Shire of Ravensthorpe Ranger on 0427 264 377

3

Denotes the conditions of 4WD tracks continually change and may close without notice as a result of wet weather conditions.

Please contact the applicable ranger for that area for more information. 

Enjoy and take care

Stand back from rocky headlands and cliffs

Choose fishing and swimming sites with great care

Be aware of rips when entering water