Nyarna–Lake Stretch camping area

4WD Camper trailer Camping fee No dogs/pets No rubbish disposal Picnic shelter Ranger Vehicle-based camping Wood fireplace Fishing

Visitors will find a large, open area on the banks of a lagoon at this camping area, 2.4 km south-east of the route. Bring your own drinking water to camp under the shade of the trees by day and millions of stars by night. Access for trailers is from the north only. The signed access point is 19.3 km south of Tanami Rd and 17.3 km south of the Billiluna store. Bookings are essential. GPS S:19 40.773 E:127 33.973


Further information: Newman Tourist Information Centre (08) 9175 2888; or Wiluna Police (08) 9981 7024; or Halls Creek Police (08) 9168 6000 How to book: Kunawarritji Aboriginal Community (08) 9176 9040 for Kunawarritji Aboriginal Community camping area; Mindibungu Aboriginal Community (08) 9168 8988, (08) 9168 8076 for Nyarna–Lake Stretch camping area Permits: permits can be bought online at http://permits.canningstockroute.net.au (08) 9425 2099

This campsite is located in Canning Stock Route

The 1900 km Canning Stock Route takes travellers through harsh and remote desert country, from Wiluna north to Billiluna, with very little in the way of fuel and supplies available along the way. The spectacular landscapes and history of the region appeal to modern-day adventurers, many of whom choose to camp at the old well sites. This is some of the most isolated and desolate country in Australia, and although water should be available en route at some of the wells, bring a supply of your own as well as firewood, a gas/fuel stove and a detailed route description. You need to be self-sufficient, well-prepared and well-equipped, with fuel supplies arranged well in advance. Note: the Canning Stock Route is not suited to camper trailers, and some sections of the route require a permit; Well 5 (no camping) is on private property, contact (08) 9981 2983 to ask about entering or leaving the route via Well 5.

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