Hutt River Province
Hutt River is an Independent Sovereign State having seceded from Australia on the Twenty First Day April 1970 and is around 75 square kilometers in size.
The province is open for visitors between 9am and 4pm daily.
His town has been developed with many buildings to provide facilities for the tourists who visit in their thousands each year. The Administration Building contains the Government Office and Post Office and a charming Inter-Denominational Chapel as well as the arcade housing the Memorabilia Department and Historical Society displays.
Basic facilities exist for campers and caravans/motorhomes to camp for a night or two with an ablution block, generated power and limited water available for use. Camping is $5 per head per night with unpowered sites only.
These simple facilities, along with the relaxation afforded by the Principality's private swimming pool in summer (free for use)
Visitor visas are available at the Kalbarri Visitor Centre or in the Government Offices, for a minimal charge. Passports may also be stamped for Entry/Exit at no charge.
The Principality of Hutt River is situated 595km north of Perth, Western Australia and is about 75 square km in area, consisting of some 18,500 acres of land.
Hours: 9am - 4pm