Cleaverville Beach Campground

Waypoint: -20.75198 , 117.03566 GPS: -20.65942 , 116.99666
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  • Campground
  • Boat Ramp
  • Fishing Spot
  • Overnight Rest Area
  • Day Use Area
Cleaverville WA 6714
Tel: (08) 9186 8555
  • Maximum stay 3 months
  • Open May to September – caretaker collects fees
  • BYO firewood and drinking water

Driving Directions

Proceed to waypoint 28km east of Shell Karratha Roadhouse. Turn north onto dirt road and follow for 13km to beach.

Last updated by pws25 on 26th April, 2013
Cleaverville Beach, located 26 kilometres north-west of Karratha in Western Australia (WA), is popular for extended and overnight camping or day trips and has a number of secluded scenic sites.
All camping fees for Cleaverville Beach are to be paid in advance to the caretaker or ranger and are payable from 1 May each camping season.

Access to Cleaverville Beach in WA is via a maintained gravel road, situated only 19 kilometres from the Karratha Road turnoff. Many locals and visitors to WA are attracted to the fishing beaches in this area, particularly the mouth of Clearville Creek. A variety of marine wildlife, including turtles, can also be sighted in and around this area.

New toilets now installed,one set at the launching ramp end the other at the oppisite end where the caretaker is set up, which is the nicer of the 2 locations.
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