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Top 10 Campsites along the South West Edge

December 2, 2023

Top 10 Campsites Along The South West Edge!


Whether you are looking for a remote beach camp, a family friendly caravan park or a romantic forest get away. The South West Edge has a range of amazing places to set up camp for the night, gaze at the stars and fall asleep to the sound of crashing waves.

With a RedSands Camper you can experience that magical feeling of driving into the unknown, accessing remote locations and escaping the crowds. RedSands personalised service means you are never truly alone. With our 24-hour roadside assistance, you can enjoy your trip worry-free! Based on our South West Edge itinerary we have compiled a top 10 of beautiful campsites along the edge.

To highlight this beautiful part of Australia, RedSands Campers has created a unique road-trip itinerary.


1. Honeymoon pool – Wellington national park

Situated on the banks of the Collie River, Honeymoon Pool is like stepping in to a magical forest. Surrounded by flowing creeks and weeping peppermint trees, it’s a perfect spot to set up camp for the night.

2. Beachlands Holiday Park – Busselton

The family-friendly Beachlands Holiday Park is highly regarded and is just 100 meters from the beach

3. Contos Field Campground – Margaret River region

Wake up to the sound of the surf on the beach and hike directly to the beach from the campsite.

4. Boranup Campground

Boranup Campgroup is a beautiful small camping area in the heart of the Boranup karri forest.

5. Shannon National Park – Camp ground

Located in the magnificent karri forest of Shannon National Park. Here you can enjoy a warm shower (as long as you ‘stoke the donkey’! ~ A ‘donkey’ is an old fashioned hot water system).

6. Parry beach campground

Located on the far western end of Williams Bay is this volunteer managed campground. First in best dressed! Up for an adventure? Drive across the beach, to the other end of the bay, add a 15 min walk and it will take you straight to Greens Pool and Elephant Rocks.

7.Munglinup Beach

Munglinup Beach is a hidden gem, about an hour’s drive from Esperance. This little beach is protected by reef, so is perfect for snorkelling, swimming and fishing.

8.Lucky Bay campground – Esperance

On the snow-white beach of Lucky Bay even the kangaroos like to sunbathe! *Make sure to lower your tyre pressures, as the sand is very soft!

9. Thomas River Campground

A RedSands favourite! Stunning white beaches, great fishing, hiking and 4WDing. A slice of paradise!

10.Lake Ballard, Menzies

As you begin your homeward loop via the Goldfields, a great place to set up camp for the night is Lake Ballard, the world’s largest outdoor art gallery. Set up your fire and enjoy a true outback camping experience – we guarantee you’ll never have seen so many stars before.