Kalumburu Mission

Private Campground - Western Australia


Kalumburu is the most northern settlement in Western Australia.

Kalumburu Mission has serviced the region since 1908 when the Benedictines first landed at Mission Bay on board the lugger San Salvador.


Please note: Kalumburu is a ‘dry’ community and alcohol is not permitted.

WIFI is available.

Kalumburu Mission has two types of accommodation available


  • Single Rooms $125
  • Twin rooms $175
  • The dongas have a shared kitchen and amenities blocks – there are no self-contained units available.

Camp ground

  • Unpowered Site: $20 per person per night
  • $45 per family (2 adults, 2 children)
  • Powered Site – An additional $12 per night per vehicle
  • Camp kitchen

NOTE: There is no mobile phone reception available in Kalumburu.

The Kalumburu Mission Store sells a range of take-away and grocery items as well as fuel.  The perfect place to stop for an ice-cream or milkshake on a hot day.

The Fuel station sells unleaded and diesel fuel and also refuels planes with AVGAS

At the Mission, they also have a church, museum and art studio to have a look at.

For more information on the permits required to travel to Kalumburu please contact the Kalumburu Aboriginal Corporation on 08 9161 3000

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