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Lucky Bay Campground

BOOKINGS ON The white beach and turquoise waters of this wide, sheltered bay are a must-see and a great place to enjoy water-based activities. Bookings essential for camping.

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For assistance with your booking call 1300 885 775 (+61 8 9460 4900)





Non-potable Water


Showers (hot water not guaranteed)


Picnic tables

Boats can be launched


Canoeing & Kayaking



Snorkelling / Diving


Other Information:

Camp sites must be booked online prior to arriving - CLICK HERE

Generators permitted: 8am – 1pm | 5pm – 9pm

Specific camp sites cannot be reserved.

Book up to 180 days before arrival.

You must be self-sufficient (food, water, fuel) and be fully prepared for any situation.

Mobile reception is not guaranteed.

No open fires are permitted in National Parks.

Managed by: Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions


Lucky Bay Rd><6450>


62km east of Esperance



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Guest Ratings

Rated by 4 guests
Denise W
Weather dependent
Campsite is quite exposed and often subject to strong coastal winds. Bookings are easy (although often unavailable ) . To check in with a booking, you pick your own empty site then advise the onsite camp host of site selected. Sites are quite large, hard stand with bushes providing some privacy and protection .The toilets and showers are clean and well kept. The camp kitchen has BBQ, gas cookers and non portable water for washing up. Short walk to magnificent beach and many numerous coastal walking tracks. Was very windy on my 3 day visit but had been perfect a few days earlier thus rating could be from 3-5 depending on weather

A welcoming camp ground with great facilities
Stunning with powder fine white sand and the clearest crystal water which is the most beautiful turquoise blue in a safe protected bay. Ideal for swimming (although the water is a few degrees cooler than Perth). Caravan parks are generous in size and well spaced apart with vegetation growing between each site. The onsite (solar) showers, toilets and camp kitchen are cleaned beautifully by the camp host each day. The camp host is on hand to assist as are the park rangers. The kangaroos wander freely through the site and sometimes onto the beach to drink at the fresh water spring. Run by National Parks this is a great spot to either stay or to enjoy a day visit. Thanks to our camp host who was great

Kassandra T
Just an amazing place to stay...
The welcoming is wonderful, with a lot of informations and advices about the park
It’s just incredible to have such a beautiful spot to sleep!
The facilities are perfect, clean.
I recommend it!