Quandong Camping Area

Waypoint: -17.75606 , 122.28046 GPS: -17.59107 , 122.17010
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Dry Access OnlyRough Road ConditionsFree Overnight CampMaximum 72 hrsShadeCaravansTent SiteSwimmingBeach FishingRock FishingPets Welcome
  • Campground
  • Fishing Spot
Waterbank WA 6725
  • 4WD only – extremely rough road
  • Beach fishing
  • Bring your mosquito repellant

Driving Directions

Turn onto Cape Leveque Road 10km north of Broome. Follow the road for 15km to waypoint where you turn west onto Manari Road. Follow Manari Road for 23km to camping area. Distance from Broome is 48km, most of which is on a very rough dirt road consisting of deep red corrugated sand.

Last updated by Blackie on 17th July, 2013
The Quandong Camping Area is isolated, difficult to access but rewards you with its stunning beauty. Set on the remote western coastline of the Dampier Peninsula, north of Broome
The campground is named after the Quandong, a wild desert fruit that provided an important food source for Aboriginal inhabitants of the area. Sometimes referred to as a Wild Peach the Quandong gets its nutrients by tapping into the root system of a host tree in a similar manner to the Sandalwood tree.

Quandong is such a beautiful place, it is well worth making the trip to see it.
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