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Lucky Bay Camp Ground

Caravan Parks & Camping Kalbarri



Lucky Bay Camping

Lucky Bay is 40 km south of Kalbarri, turn West in to Balline Road and travel in, approximately 5km.
This nature-based camping site is located 50 meters from the beach, with drop toilets and a dump point.

The camping site forms part of the Yamatji land estate under the Yamatji Nation Indigenous Land Use Agreement. Management services for the Lucky Bay camp site are currently provided by the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions (DBCA) on an interim basis and on behalf of the Yamatji Nation Traditional Owners. For further information on camping at Lucky Bay please contact DBCA’s Kalbarri office on 9937 1140.

No pre-bookings are accepted (first in first serve basis only).

Please see the following conditions to camp at Lucky Bay:
1) Camping Fees apply at a cost of $15 per vehicle per night, payable to the campground hosts onsite at arrival. Eftpos facilities are available.
2) No potable water provided or available, please bring your own adequate water supply.
3) If you do not have a portable chemical toilet you must camp in designated areas where ablutions are provided.
4) No medical services are available.
5) Drive Slowly – 40km/hr on main access roads, 10km/hr within camping areas.
6) Maximum stay is 28 consecutive days.
7) Use of mobile power generators external to the vehicle permitted (to be turned off before 9.30 pm).
8) Dogs to be on leash at all times.
9) Fish offal to be disposed of out to sea or placed in a sealed bag/container and placed in refuse bins. Do not bury or dispose of within camping areas.
10) Clearing or removal of vegetation for any purpose is strictly prohibited.
11) Please place all rubbish in bins provided.
12) For beach access tyres must be let down to at least 20psi, must have own portable air-compressor as no such services available.
13) Campfires are allowed from 6.00pm to 7.00am, to be fully extinguished at all other times and subject to the following:
•You must bring in your own firewood, please do not take firewood from the environment
•Fires must be within a portable self-contained fire pit/vessel (fire pits are located in the camp ground)
•Fires in natural sand pits or on ground are prohibited
•Campfires are NOT permitted during very high, extreme or catastrophic fire conditions or during the local government prohibited burning period.
14) Shelters provided are for general public use, not for individual or private use.

We wish you all the best for an enjoyable stay

Map & Directions

1 Balline Road Western Australia 6536 Australia