A Camping with Custodians Experience.
Peedamulla Campground is the Pilbara’s newest nature-based campground located on the historic Peedamulla Station, just 7 kilometres off the North West Coastal Highway near Onslow. Peedamulla Campground is owned and operated by the Jundaru Aboriginal Corporation.
Peedamulla’s newly-built campground has modern amenities and offers powered and unpowered caravan/campsites, hot showers, drinking water and gas barbecues. Share a yarn or two around the communal campfire under the endless Pilbara night sky. Explore heritage-listed ruins around the restored office/shop, take a day trip to Onslow, or venture out to the remote and isolated coast and sacred sites with a Tag-a-long Tour with Preston Parker.
Cultural Tours are available through out the season (April to September). Bookings are essential.
Aboriginal Culture Barbeque Birdwatching Camping Caravan Industry Association of Australia Carpark Disabled access available Family Fishing Four Wheel Driving History & Heritage Indigenous experiences and/or cultural immersion Indigenous owned and controlled Indigenous themes and/or interpretation Not Available Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation Western Australian Indigenous Tourism Operators Council
Campground Fees (per night):
Unpowered Site AUD30 (Two people)
Powered Site AUD40 (Two people)
Children under 15 years – Two free per site
Additional People AUD10 each. Infants free.
Aboriginal Cultural Tours available on request.
Check In: 2:00 pm
Check Out: 10:00 am