The entire length of the South West Edge is studded with amazing places to set up camp for the night. Sometimes there’s nothing better than getting back to nature and soaking up every second of the great outdoors.
One of the best things about The Edge is the sheer diversity in landscapes you’ll experience on the way. Whether you prefer to camp by the ocean and fall asleep to the sound of the waves crashing onto the shore, or it’s more your style to be hidden away in the forest, gazing at the stars, you’ll find a campsite that’s perfect for you.
Here are seven of our favourites from en route along The Edge.
1. Honeymoon Pool, Wellington National Park, Collie
This riverside campsite is cute as a button and perfect if you want to have a swim before you pitch your tent for the night. We can understand why people would spend their honeymoon here, it’s tranquil, secluded and scenic, the water is divine, and there are plenty of walking trails. You don’t need to be honeymooners to enjoy it here, but we’re sure you’ll fall in love with this spot!
2. Conto, Margaret River
Nestled in the shady peppermint woodlands near Conto Springs Beach is Conto Campground. The nearby beach is a beautiful place to relax, go surfing or even do a spot of fishing and catch your own dinner! This spot is famous for its stunning scenery, so relax, soak it up and enjoy Mother Nature at her finest.