Hamersley Inlet

There are a number of camping options within the Fitzgerald Coast. As a road less travelled destination, that can be found tucked between Esperance and Albany on the southern coast of Western Australia, you have the choice of camping sites within the Fitzgerald River National Park or at coastal sites east of Hopetoun. The most popular camp grounds within the National Park is 4-Mile Camp ground, which is located near Four Mile Beach and a short stroll to Barrens Beach. Also popular with visitors with a preference to be close to the beach or if travelling with a pet are the picturesque coastal locations of Masons Bay and Starvation Bay camp grounds.

Whether you wish to stay in a more traditional caravan park or set up in a bush camp environment, the choice is yours. Hopetoun and Ravensthorpe are RV friendly towns, there is FREE 48 hour camping for FULLY SELF-CONTAINED vehicles only.


The Ravensthorpe RV friendly site is located opposite the BP Roadhouse on Morgan Street and the Hopetoun RV site can be found on the Southern Ocean Road and within walking distance to the town centre.


A dump point is located at Senna Road opposite Wavecrest Village. Potable water for campers and caravans can be sourced at McCulloch Park near the Hopetoun Jetty end of town.


A dump point is located in Dunn Street next door to the Ravensthorpe Community Resource Centre. Potable water is available at the Information Bay on the corner of Morgans Street and Queen Street adjacent to the BP Roadhouse.

(Shire Operated)

Mason Bay and Starvation Bay campgrounds have been upgraded to provide more camp sites and toilet facilities for camp goers. The family friendly campgrounds are very popular amongst visitors and locals, with VAC swim being held at Starvation Bay during January. Dogs are welcome, but must be kept on leads.  There is also a dumpsite located at both campgrounds.  Camp fires are permitted within the fire rings located at each site except during periods when a total fire ban has been declared. Sites are $15 per night per site (cash only) and no bookings required with sites available on a first in basis. Usually from mid-November through to April a Camp Host manages both sites.  For the latest visitor information including road conditions please Like and Follow us on Fitzgerald Coast Facebook.

Mason Bay - Photographer, Dene Bingham 

Starvation Bay - Photographer, Dene Bingham


Hamersley Inlet

Enjoy close access to the inlet for all of your hiking, boating and fishing activities. The camp ground is managed by the Shire of Ravensthorpe, only $15 (cash only) per night per site and no need to book, with toilet facilities and a sheltered gas BBQ. No fires, dogs or pets permitted in the National Park and park entry fees apply. For the latest visitor information please Like and Follow us on Fitzgerald Coast Facebook.

Hamersley Inlet - Image by Instagrammer @themazdawanderer

Four Mile Campground  

A very popular camp site managed by the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions (DBCA) in an idyllic part of the Fitzgerald River National Park, located near Four Mile Beach and short stroll to Barrens Beach.

There are picnic tables and gas barbecue facilities and a hot water shower. Bookings are essential and can be made via the Parks and Wildlife website.  To book, please click - Here

Fees are:  $15 adult per night, $9 concession card holder per night, $3 child per night (over 5 and under 16 years) which is in addition to park entry fees.

No fires within the National Park. No dogs or pets permitted.

Four Mile Campground Amenities - Photographer, Dene Bingham

St Mary Inlet (Point Ann) Fitzgerald River National Park West

Located on the Western Side of the Park near Point Ann, the site is accessible by two wheel drive. It is $11 adult per night, $7 concession card holder per night, $3 child per night (over 5 and under 16 years). Park Passes are required.  It is strongly recommended if planning a visit to Point Ann that you check the latest road condition report prior to travelling as roads may be closed with no warning especially after wet weather conditions.

This site is quite basic with no facilities, you will need to bring your own water.