Eighty Mile Beach Caravan Park – WA

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After leaving the lovely Pardoo station we headed to Eighty Mile Beach, around 130Km away.

Stopping at Pardoo Roadhouse for a decent coffee and topping up with fuel.

Much like Pardoo, Eighty Mile Beach Caravan park has an unsealed road. A little corrugated but fine for two wheel drive if you take it easy.

We were overtaken by another caravan eager to get to the beach even though we were doing 65kmh. Leaving us in a dust trail and flicking up stones so we had to slow down (insert angry face here)

At the park we again chose a powered drive through site. Most sites are large and green.

All sites are a short stroll to the beach past the war memorial. Also all site’s are on green grass and are big enough for any size rig.

You have plenty of room to put out your awning.

You have the choice of a couple of BBQ’s and a camp kitchen should you need one.

The laundry is also here as are the toilets and showers.

Outdoor showers are on your way back from the beach which is handy. The park is kept very clean and tidy and is a fantastic location.

Fisherman’s Friend… If you’re a fisherman/woman and drive on the beach you will love the vehicle wash down bay and fish cleaning area.

Eighty Mile Beach

Parking up, we headed straight to the beach.

Wow, if you like to fish this is the place for you. The beach was full for as far as the eye could see with rods.

Don’t get me wrong it wasn’t over crowded it was actually a great sight to see. You can drive along the beach and pick your spot.

On the way down to the beach was a dried up snake, while on the beach was a couple of dried up stingray and a tiny shark of sorts. Nature is interesting alive or dead.

We were stopped by one fisherman and told there was a shark in the water. We did spot something but it could have been a large stingray.

Larry was told one had been spotted the day before, “the size of my caravan” the guy said, A fisherman’s tale perhaps?

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The On-site Shop

After our stroll up and down the beach we headed back to the park to check out the store.

The reception/store also sells all-sorts, including hot food and cold food as well as fishing gear.

You will find it well stocked with fresh produce and frozen meats.

We grabbed an ice-cream and sat on one of the many out door seating areas. Choosing to sit by what looked like large whale bones, amazing.

Birds are very friendly and will land on you. People must feed them as they are not scared at all.

If you love your fishing or strolling along the beach then this is the place for you!

More Information

  • Location : Eighty Mile Beach
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  • State: Western Australia
  • Pets: No –  Try Sandfire Roadhouse, 45 km north allows dogs 😀
  • Camp type : Caravan park
  • Price : $45
  • Water ? : Yes
  • Power ? : Yes
  • Will suit: All sized vehicles
  • Is it on Wikicamps ?: Yes
  • Drive time to nearby shops: Shop on site
  • Amenities : Toilets, showers, laundry
  • Other : Camp kitchen, BBQ’s, Beach, Fishing, shop, wash down bay, fish cleaning area, dump point
  • WIFI & Phone Reception – Tested with Boost Mobile: Yes

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