Cleaverville and 40 Mile Beach — Nature Based Camping Areas


Cleaverville Nature Based Camping Area

Located 26km northwest of Karratha on the way to Roebourne, Cleaverville is a popular spot for overnight or day trips with a number of secluded locations ideal for camping. Many locals and visitors are attracted to the various beach fishing locations including the mouth of Cleaverville Creek. A public boat ramp is accessible at the western end of Cleaverville Beach for small marine craft. A variety of marine wildlife including turtles, are also often sighted in and around Cleaverville.

40 Mile (Gnoorea Point) Nature Based Camping Area

Located 56km south of Karratha, 40 Mile Beach Camp is an ideal location for anyone seeking a natural coastal camping area. The bay offers not only quality fishing but also protection for those wishing to cool off in the tranquil waters.

Nature Based Camping

Cleaverville and 40 Mile Beach are natural camping areas and, apart from the natural boat ramps and the sullage disposal points, there are no facilities available. It is important to take plenty of drinking water with you as there is none available on site and to remove all rubbish when you leave.

Fees apply during peak season (1 May to 30 September) and need to be paid in advance to the Shire of Roebourne caretaker on site. The maximum length of stay during peak season is 28 days. No fees apply during the off season (1 October to 30 April). However, the maximum length of stay is 3 nights per 28 days.

Please contact the City of Karratha Ranger Services for more information:
P: +61 8 9186 8555
W: www.karratha.wa.gov.au

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