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Department of Parks and Wildlife (DPaW): From midday Friday, 1 May 2020 campgrounds within national parks, reserves and State forest will be open for camping. From 18 May 2020, visitors will only be able to visit and camp within their regional boundaries. Visitors will not be able to cross regional boundaries to go camping. Facilities and services at most Parks and Wildlife Service campgrounds across the State are basic. While campgrounds will be cleaned and serviced, campers should ensure they can maintain good personal hygiene while camping by carrying their own handwashing equipment and materials. Campers are reminded that they need to be self-sufficient and follow social distancing rules. Campgrounds are not serviced to the same level as caravan parks.

Conto’s Campsite

Open 24 Hours
Conto Rd, Boranup WA 6286
You can get to this site by: Two-wheel drive GPS: -34.0831, 115.012
  • BBQ area
  • Scenic Spot
    Scenic Spot

Conto's is a large, sheltered and well-appointed campground nestled within shady peppermint woodland, close to Conto Beach and other National Park attractions.

Conto's Campsite has 116 camp sites nestled amongst the coastal peppermint woodland. The campsite has a range of site types, catering for tents through to sites suitable for large caravans and camper trailers. The Cape to Cape walking track is directly accessible from the campground and nearby Conto Beach is a great place to relax, or to go surfing or fishing. The coastal headland scenery is stunning and most of it is accessible to two-wheel-drive vehicles.

Generators are not permitted.

Campfires are usually permitted between April 15th and November 30th - in the provided fire rings only - but fire restrictions may be imposed at any time and without notice. Bring your own firewood.

When fire restrictions are in place campfires must not be lit and any appliance powered by burning solid fuel must not be used. Always comply with any instructions at campgrounds and parks. Campers' own liquid or gas fuel BBQs, stoves and heaters can be used at any time, unless a total fire ban has been declared (see Department of Fire and Emergency Services).

Book online at 'Park Stay WA'. 

Camp fees per night - $15 adult, $9 concession card holder, $3 child (over 5 and under 16 years).

Google Reviews

Love the awesome staff their, they take their time to show you around and make you feel like you've been there before. DJ Lachlan
Love this place. Fabulous winter camp. Barry was the in house ranger on duty who was awesome and a total credit to DPAW. Cannot fault the place, variety of camp sites to choose from and the facilities were really clean. nicky beckett
Decent campground in a fantastic location. Make sure you venture a little further south into the boranup forrest Clintoo me
Very impressed. Huge selection of sites, some very private. Toilets very clean, plenty of paper, water to wash your hands. It looks like staff is attending the toilets 2x a day. I did stay 4 nights in the tent, quiet, shaded, peaceful. Kangaroo tripping over my tent line 😂 at night was scary 😂. Possums around at night, good for kids to see. Site was very clean except few bottle tops previous people discarded. Not far from Margaret River if you need anything. I will be back. To the person who’s complaining here that there is only toilets and no staff, well you are at the camp site. Go to the hotel next time if camping is not for you. Facilities are listed on the website. Iva MacDonald
Top job on maintaining the campsites found a excluded site from everybody else felt like I was the only one there 🤙 max wilson
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