Tulki Beach camping area

Camper trailer Camping fee Caravan access Day use fee Fire prohibited No dogs/pets Picnic area Ranger Toilets Vehicle-based camping Boat ramp Canoeing Fishing Sailing Swimming Walking trails

Bring a gas/fuel stove and drinking water to Tulki Beach camping area, 800 m west of Yardie Creek Rd and 6 km south of the Milyering Visitor Centre. Bookings are required for peak season, Apr–Oct.


Who to contact: DEC Exmouth (08) 9947 8000; or Milyering Visitor Centre (08) 9949 2808 How to book: online bookings www.dec.wa.gov.au/campgrounds for Osprey Bay camping area, Pilgramunna camping area, Tulki Beach camping area, Yardie Creek camping area

This campsite is located in Cape Range National Park

A rugged landscape of rocky gorges edged by the stunning coastal environment of Ningaloo Marine Park, Cape Range National Park is 36 km from Exmouth on the western side of North West Cape. Ningaloo, the longest fringing coral reef in Australia, is a mecca for scubadivers, snorkellers and whale watchers. It is also an angler’s delight, with beach and reef fishing providing rewarding catches in waters regarded as one of the top destinations in the state for game fishing. Walking trails lead to spectacular views from lookouts, enticing photographers, and the bird and fauna hides will captivate nature lovers.

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