Hamersley Inlet


4.1 from 37 users


If you enjoy bird watching, fishing, kayaking, beach walks or simply a peaceful place to get away from the crowds then make sure to visit Hamersley Inlet. Hamersley Inlet is different from other estuaries in the park because it lies in a deep winding valley carved through the hard schist and quartzite rock of the coastal headlands and ranges. As a consequence it is deeper (around 2 metres) and holds water a lot longer, creating a favourable environment for wildlife, which flourish in and on the water. 2WD access, gas BBQ, toilets, campsite, boat launch, fishing, nature study. Camping at Hamersley Inlet is managed by the Shire of Ravensthorpe. Pets are not permitted.

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Lat: -33.956187 Lng: 119.916952

User Reviews


Juanita Bellhouse

Great camp sites, Big caravans make sure you head for sites 1-3. Lovely spot, very scenic drive in. Heaps of walks nearby and great to watch the sunset across the road on the inlet.


User 2568796

Awesome little camp area out of the way so nice and quiet. Well set out sites and lovely clean toilets. We stayed 3 nights and enjoyed every minuet



We camped there for 3 nights last week, with only a couple of other sites occupied. It was a lovely, peaceful stay. Facilities (toilets and BBQs) were clean and fine for use. We walked to the beach each day - fantastic scenery - including a hike along the Hakea trail to Tamala Karst lookout. The inlet is salty and doesn't appear to hold any fish (plenty of bird-life though) but we had a great session on big salmon and monster skippy off the beach ledge (see pics).


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