Temple Gorge Campground - Kennedy Range NP

National Park - Western Australia


Camp alongside the soaring mesa of Kennedy Range National Park. There is a basic bush camping area on the east side of the range that has a single bush toilet. No water is available in the park so make sure you carry plenty, especially if you go walking. Please take all rubbish with you.

Facilities include toilets, bushwalking, camping and an information bay.

Sightseeing, photography, picnicking, bush camping and hiking are popular here. After rain, the wildflowers are spectacular, with everlastings growing from horizon to horizon. This park offers a true outback experience that is within 100km of `civilisation`.

Best time to visit: Late autumn to early spring.

Do not go walking into the gorges alone and make sure you have plenty of water before setting off. Avoid walking in the hottest part of the day.

It is located about 1,120km north of Perth and 240km east of Carnarvon. Travelling Time is one to two days from Perth, allowing for frequent stops. Roads to facilities on the east side of the range are gravel but suitable for conventional vehicles most of the year. However, roads may be closed or substantially damaged after heavy rain and four-wheel-drive vehicles are recommended.

For current road conditions in the region contact: Shire of Upper Gascoyne, 4 Scott Street, Gascoyne Junction WA 6701, ph: (08) 9943 0988.

Bookings do not apply at this campground. It operates on a first come - first served basis.  It takes caravans up to 9.5m x 5 metres in size.

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