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Cape Range National Park, Western Australia
(4.6/5 based on 95+ reviews on the web)
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  • Absolutely beautiful place to visit on the West Coast, you won't regret it! Five of us camped in November-time at Osprey Bay - really lovely place to camp and a beautiful snorkel spot too. A lot of pe...  more »
  • All km caper meant to arrive in Perth I'm worth it! For sure the next time we go there by plane to get there now! Wonderful. Managed by rangers in a divine so equipped with camping areas spotless and with portable toilets. Each Bay has an informative sign about the DOS and Don'ts to respect nature and information on tides and currents to enjoy snorkeling. It's filled with kangaroos and then turn in the car at low speeds and careful, never drive at night because emerge out of all the part and is difficult to duck day already. EMU and other pet animals are kangaroos and beaches are phenomenal. There would be weeks. I have booked earlier pass by Government website and I was informed about touring and the rules of the Park. Do it because it's a remote area anyway and nature must be respected. Unforgettable!
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  • Absolutely stunning camping at Osprey Bay. Cannot recommend highly enough. Short distance to beautiful beach with incredible snorkelling... swam with turtles every day. Saw dolphins, countless whales ...  more »
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  • What a great place to see, the ranges and the beaches are amazing. Great for snorkeling and hiking. I wish I had a whole month to spend there. No signal even with Telstra. Book online if you want to stay there for the night, it's always full in advance. The campsites are nice and quiet. I would definitely recommend this NP. I've never seen so many roos near a road though.
  • A spectacular park filled with kangaroos, emus, bustards, goannas, black-footed rock wallabies, elusive echidnas, very shy dingos and friendly flies. Definitely worth a visit!
  • Great walk to get sunburnt. Lol. The lookout makes it worthwhile but that's kinda all.
  • Beautiful scenary and natural view. Great trail. The management offers amazing tour guide services to the visitors.
  • Booked in on 5th April. Drove to Neds camp spot number 6 talked to onsite lady. site small ,blowing gale. rehitched trailer and drove straight back out. Rang for refund. no return call. my advice is do not bother camping there. go and visit by all means but do not camp. no view not nice at all