Cape Keraudren Info Board & Wifi Spot

Information Centre

5 from 2 users


Cape Keraudren Rd, Pardoo, Western Australia

0419 968 123


This point of interest features a Cape Keraudren information board and free wifi. There is also an RV dump point. Cape Keraudren Coastal Reserve is located 179kms north of Port Hedland on the Great Northern Highway, and 13kms west via the Cape Keraudren Access Road. Cape Keraudren is a haven for marine, terrestrial and oceanic animals and although it can sustain a certain amount of recreational pressure impacts must be minimized. If you wish to visit this beautiful reserve, please adhere to the following courtesies and rules, making the Cape enjoyable for everyone: Camp only at designated camping areas as shown on the map Reduce speed on the Cape Keraudren access road and on the reserve DO NOT drive off the designated tracks Place rubbish in the bins provided Wash down the fish cleaning stations after use, leaving it clean for the next person Do not dispose of chemical toilet waste in the toilets. The toilets provided are dependant on the natural breakdown of waste with the aid of an environmentally friendly product. The addition of chemical treated waste counteracts this process Dogs MUST remain on a lead at all times and all animal waste must be disposed of appropriately Entry fees and camping fees apply.

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Lat: -19.989397 Lng: 119.790092

User Reviews



Not worth the fees to come in. Facilities are disgusting and bins overflowing. Been to nicer roadside camps!



Cracking spot. Dave, Kathryn and little Sophie are great hosts. Good spearfishing, OKish fishing from the rocks, and amenities available throughout, which are uber clean. Bins full the whole time we were there which was a disappointment, but the scenery made up for it. Bring your own firewood, because there is none for 150 km north or south.


Jonique Life

This is a must do camping spot. There is a fee to get in as well as an additional fee for camping. We parked at the Top Camp and the views were phenomenal, the place looked so different on high and low tide, the sunrise and sunsets were great and it's a great place to walk. The mosquitoes were bad at night so please protect yourself, it was a bit windy so we didn't put out our awning and the toilets were clean but didn't always have toilet paper, so check before you go. "Jonique Life" Follow our journey around Australia on Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok and YouTube as we highlight wonderful experiences and magical places you can add to your ever growing bucket list.


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