Bring your own four-wheel drive (BYO 4WD) and camp on some of the most remote and exclusive island beaches you will find in the world. There are nine National Park campsites on Dirk Hartog Island. The east coast offers seclusion, shelter from the wind, shallow entry beaches, great beach fishing, awesome snorkelling, flat water for stand-up boarding, historical sites and for the kids great beach combing. The west coast is more rugged and suited for cliff-based fishing, interesting geology and landforms and you get to witness the last sunset of the Australian continent each night. When booking please select your preferred campsite.
Shark Bay Parks & Wildlife Office: Ph (08) 99482 226
Dirk Hartog Island National Park Campsites
Turtle Bay | Quoin Head | Louisa Bay | Notch Point | The Block | Urchin Point | Sandy Point | Dampier’s Landing | Withnell Point
The Dirk Hartog Island National Park is a bucket list, must do experience that offers remote & secluded sites, spectacular sunsets and sensational fishing.
Please ensure your vehicles are fully equipped and you have sufficient water, fuel and supplies for your stay.
Long drop toilets are only available at Urchin Point, The Block and Withnell Point campsites.
No, all 4WD vehicle transfers are ex Shelter Bay, Steep Point.