Welcome to Peedamulla, meaning ‘plenty water’ in local Aboriginal language, where the Cane River runs through 226,000 hectares of cattle station. Enjoy modern amenities, powered & unpowered sites, wonderful views of the expansive countryside, along with the warm hospitality of local Aboriginal owners, the Parker family.
75km north-east of Onslow
GPS S 21.844deg, E 115.627deg
Campground Open April – October
Welcome to Peedamulla, meaning ‘plenty water’ in local Aboriginal language, where the Cane River runs through 226,000 hectares of cattle station. Peedamulla’s stone campground has modern amenities, powered & unpowered sites and wonderful views of the expansive countryside, with opportunities to explore the isolated coastline, wetlands and heritage listed ruins, or have a yarn with the local Aboriginal owners, the Parker family.
Bookings are essential – and we open April till the end of the spring school holidays mid October.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION – COVID VACCINATION REQUIRED
We will only accept bookings from travellers that will be fully vaccinated for Covid-19 (or have an approved medical exemption as listed on the Australian Immunisation Register) by the date of arrival. You will be required to show proof of vaccination (or approved medical exemption) prior to entering the campground.
Acceptable forms of proof of vaccination can be found at the following link:
COVID-19 Coronavirus: What proof of COVID-19 vaccinations can I use? (www.wa.gov.au)
- 20 campsites
- Modern amenities
- Powered & Unpowered sites
- Covered BBQ area
- Unisex toilets
- Hot showers
- Communal fire pit
- Drinking water
To check campground availability or to book online please click here