Stokes Inlet Campground

Waypoint: -33.76696 , 121.13554 GPS: -33.81713 , 121.14927
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Park Use FeeCamping FeeToiletsNon Drinking WaterMobile Phone CoveragePicnic TablesBBQBinCaravansLong RigTent SiteGenerators AllowedNo PetsSwimmingPublic Boat RampBeach FishingRiver FishingBird WatchingWalkingPhoto OpportunityCanoeing Kayaking
  • Campground
  • Fishing Spot
  • National Park
  • Boat Ramp
Coomalbidgup WA 6450
Tel: (08) 9083 2100
 

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5km of dirt road.

Last updated by Clyde Camel on 14th September, 2014
Stokes Inlet, in the 10,667-hectare Stokes National Park, is one of the most picturesque and interesting estuaries along Western Australia's southern coast.
The inlet lies in a relatively deep valley with high dunes on either side. Dense bush and shady paperbark trees grow right to the beaches along the water's edge. With an area of 14 square kilometres, Stokes Inlet is the largest of a number of estuaries around Esperance and the only one with reasonably deep water.
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