Hopetoun Beachside Caravan Park serves as the ideal launchpad for your Fitzgerald Coast adventure. Our region boasts diverse and awe-inspiring natural attractions, ensuring there's something for every kind of explorer.
The Fitzgerald River National Park is a must see for those visiting Hopetoun. This park is nationally recognised for it's diversity and features some of the most breathtaking coastline in the region. Whether you're exploring in a 2WD vehicle or seeking a more adventurous off-road experience, this park offers something for everyone.
Hopetoun is a treasure trove of secret beaches and lagoons, perfect for a memorable family day out. Head east from town and beachcombe at 2 Mile Beach, explore rock pools at 5 Mile Beach, take a swim in the lagoon at 12 Mile Beach, or embark on a day of adventure at the picturesque Starvation Bay.
The Fitzgerald Biosphere is considered to be one of the richest places on earth for biodiversity and is recognised by UNESCO as the most important flora area in the world with around 2,500 plant species with 135 species endemic to the area.
Wildflowers are in bloom mostly through the spring, however some (like the Royal Hakea pictured) can be seen all year round.
Explore the great outdoors with a variety of hiking options right from our caravan park. Whether you're seeking the challenge of East Mount Barren or the Haeka Trail, or a more relaxed hike to the Ravensthorpe Railway Heritage Walk Trail, we offer convenient access to a range of hiking trails for every adventure enthusiast.
Pack up the esky and let down those tyres because the region offers some great options for 4x4 enthusiasts!
Choose your adventure, whether it's conquering the dunes for a sun-soaked day at Hamersley Beach. For a more challenging drive, you can head to the breathtaking Quoin Head and Whalebone Bay. Alternatively, venture out to Munglinup to explore the unspoiled coastline, you'll have the beach all to yourself.
Hopetoun presents an array of exciting fishing prospects, catering to both land-based and boat anglers. A prominent attraction is the opportunity for bottom fishing just 10-12 kilometers offshore. For those who prefer to stay closer to the shore, the small estuaries and inlets around Hopetoun are renowned for yielding some of Australia's finest Black Bream catches.
Land-based fishing in Hopetoun is equally rewarding, with chances to reel in Australian Salmon, Tailor, Skippy, Herring, and the occasional Mulloway.
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