In partnership with the Shire of East Pilbara.
Explore Australia’s largest shire, with its four-wheel drive trails, water ponds, falls and streams, natural gorges, First Nations art, and prospecting opportunities.
There are three caravan parks to act as your home base while holidaying here, so download the Pilbara East app to learn about the options.
Yurlu Caravan Park
Yurlu Caravan Park in Newman is for those wanting to camp under the stars, or for visitors travelling across Australia’s North West by caravan. Well-equipped with a laundry, kitchen and air conditioning in the communal lounge, travellers will enjoy the onsite facilities available.
Check in is at 2 pm and check out is at 10 am. Animals are allowed, but generators are not permitted at the park. To book a spot, visit https://bit.ly/40X2gfk.
Nullagine Caravan Park
Located 191 kilometres north of Newman and 112 kilometres south-east of Marble Bar, Nullagine is the perfect midway point on your north–south journey of the East Pilbara, and is an ideal place to rest your weary head while experiencing everything this region has to offer.
The campground offers 18 powered sites and seven unpowered sites. A full-time caretaker is also there to assist your day-to-day queries.
To contact the park or speak to the caretaker on site, call the Shire of East Pilbara office on 08 9175 8000 between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm, Monday–Friday. To book a spot, visit https://bit.ly/3YJ4sVM.
Cape Keraudren Nature Reserve
This nature-based reserve is a favourite for fishing, crabbing and those who just want to get away from it all. There is no electricity provided on the reserve; however, if it is a lowkey, quiet and private getaway you are looking for, then Cape Keraudren is the place for you.
The closest water supply is at Pardoo Roadhouse, 13 kilometres east at the intersection of Cape Keraudren Access Road and the Great Northern Highway.
At the reserve, you can check in and check out at any time; however, there is a 28-day stay restriction, and dogs must remain on a leash at all times (and animal waste must be disposed of appropriately). For any camp bookings, visit https://bit.ly/3HYS78S. For vehicle permits, visit https://bit.ly/3E2XEuc. To get in contact with the Cape Keraudren Ranger, call 0419 968 123.