Walardi has 37 camp sites suitable for 4WD campervans or roof top tents and camper trailers and caravans that are capable of getting to the campground. Road access to Purnululu National Park is suitable for high-clearance 4WD vehicles with low-range gears only. Camper trailers and caravans must be capable of travelling on loose, soft and rutted surfaces, up and down steep gradients, over large obstacles and may need to be towed across running water. They must be balanced with the towing vehicle. Camper trailers and caravans sold or referred to as `off-road` may not be suitable.
Generators are permitted in one area of 11 sites, they must not be used in the other 26 sites.
Shared-use wood barbeques and a limited amount of firewood are provided. Firewood must not be brought into Purnululu National Park.
For stays between May 1 and September 30
Online booking is essential. Bookings can be made up 180 days (approximately six months) in advance. No phone bookings. You must specify a generator or non-generator site (subject to availability) when booking.
For other periods
The Kimberley`s wet season, usually December to March (dates may vary): Purnululu National Park is closed.
April, October and November: advance bookings cannot be made. The park is usually open but visitors are fewer and the combined capacity of the campgrounds in the park is sufficient to satisfy demand. Pay on arrival at the visitor centre.
Check alerts for notification of parks closures.
Park entry fees apply at Purnululu National Park.
To get here:
175km from Halls Creek, 315km from Kununurra
Turn off the Great North Highway on to Spring Creek Track at the park information bay (GPS: -17.4324, 127.9950). The park information bay is 110km from Halls Creek, 250km from Kununurra.
It is approximately 53km from the information bay to Purnululu Visitor Centre (GPS: -17.4208, 128.2990) and a further 12km to the campground.
AddressVia Spring Creek Track
Purnululu, Western Australia, 6770
Coordinates & Contact Details-17.5081, 128.297708 9168 4200
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