Fitzgerald River National Park 

Swim, bushwalk, fish or just relax in the beautiful Fitzgerald River National Park. White sand, blue skies. What more could you want?

Check out East Mt. Barren too. While the climb is steep, the panoramic views will take your breath away.

Spend a lazy afternoon on Barrens Beach at the base of East Mt Barren, swimming, snorkelling or playing cricket.

There are some fascinating rock pools around the corner to explore.

Continue to Sepulcralis Hill Lookout and be amazed by the Royal Hakea and abundant wildflowers all year round.

For more info on the park including the various other campsites provide by DBCA:

Fitzgerald River National Park

For more info on what to see and where to stay while visiting the Fitzgerald Coast:

Fitzgerald Coast


Hamersley Inlet 

The Shire of Ravensthorpe provides a campground within the Fitzgerald River National Park at Hamersley Inlet.

The campground is 2WD access, has gas BBQ, toilets, and a small boat launch.

Perfect for fishing, nature study, relaxing and wildflower spotting, with close access to Hakea Walk Trail link.

You must book and pay in advance online to stay at Hamersley Inlet Campground.

To find out more about the campground or to book your campsite:  Book Campground

In and around Hopetoun

  • Hopetoun offers 200km of pristine coastline. Plenty of space for a picnic with the family, or to take a quick dip in the ocean or maybe try and catch dinner.
  • There's plenty of local shops to provide essential items like hot coffee, fresh food, fuel and cooked meals.
  • Take Southern Ocean Road to visit idyllic beaches and fishing spots, such as Two Mile, Mason Bay and Starvation Bay.
  • In season look out for whales.
  • Lake Shaster and the Oldfield Estuary are renowned havens for rare and unusual birds.


In and around Ravensthorpe

Ravensthorpe Hopetoun Visitor Centre and Museum provide a wealth of information. The historic museum is a great attraction. See a 72 sample mineral display of local gem stones. 

Archer Drive takes you to the lookout located on the Ravensthorpe Range, it provides a picturesque scenic drive with unique photographic and wildflower viewing opportunities. Continue on the Ravensthorpe Range 4WD track, Brochure with directions required for this from the Visitor Centre in Ravensthorpe

Inspect the Pioneer Clay Mural located at the entrance to the Playground on Morgans Street.

Ravensthorpe Hopetoun Railway Heritage Walk Trail. This historically significant walking trail follows the old railway line between the two towns. Easy to walk sections with plaques and picnic facilities, great wildflower viewing opportunities. Ravensthorpe to Desmond, Desmond to Kundip, Kundip to Lee Creek figure of eight, Hopetoun Trail Head Loop.

Frank Hann National Park

This remote 60,000-ha park is located about 100 km north of Ravensthorpe. Consisting chiefly of moorland, heathland and scrubland, it is of value to those interested in genuine hiking.

There are no facilities. Magnificent heathland wildflowers are in bloom from August to November.
This information has been extracted from the Department of Environment and Conservation Western Australia website. For more information about Frank Hann National Park please click here.

Ravensthorpe Range

This 45km long strip offers fine views of the district. It can be accessed by all vehicles via either Ethel Daw Drive (16km south-east of town) or Archer Drive (10 km north of town).

However, Range Top Drive is only negotiable by 4WD.

For further information contact the visitor centre on (08) 9838 1191.