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Stokes National Park, Esperance

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National Park · Hidden Gem · Scenic Walking Area
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4.5
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  • We were leaving Esperance and wanted to stop in to the Stokes National Park.Im sorry but it wasnt worth the $15 park fees.We only went to the Estuaray and camp grounds but it wasnt as stunning a spot....  more
    We were leaving Esperance and wanted to stop in to the Stokes National Park.Im sorry but it wasnt worth the $15 park fees.We only went to the Estuaray and camp grounds but it wasnt as stunning a spot....  more »
  • We went here looking forward to a quiet day fishing. We changed our minds and walked from the car park to the ocean. It is a tricky walk in a couple of places (goat track over a small cliff) but us... 
    We went here looking forward to a quiet day fishing. We changed our minds and walked from the car park to the ocean. It is a tricky walk in a couple of places (goat track over a small cliff) but us...  more »
  • Did the whole trip with a Cruiser an Omaroo3 Campertrailer from TrackStar Campers, and 2 other families. Lots of Planning required, suggest Sat Phone! Enjoy your trip! 
    Did the whole trip with a Cruiser an Omaroo3 Campertrailer from TrackStar Campers, and 2 other families. Lots of Planning required, suggest Sat Phone! Enjoy your trip!  more »
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  • Camp Hosts are keeping the sites immaculate - removing any rubbish and raking each area! There are drop toilets, bins, undercover bbqs with tables. Around 12 sites. Easy access down to the estuary. Another hidden gem!
  • Inlet camping in sheltered sites just back from inlet in bush. Shelters with bbq & one gas burner, small amounts of rainwater ( byo bulk of own water), toilets. No bookings online. Could be more info eg on canoeing & a path/ access to Moirs ruins for inlet access. We kayaked to beach & explored in a morning.
  • Went to Fanny Cove and Sandy Cape. Basic camping at both places with long drop toilets. 4WD access to beach at Fanny Cove but not at Sandy Cape. Beautiful beaches and as usual crystal clear water. Awesome day trip or stay a night or two. National Park fees apply.
  • Very nice campground. Individual campsites level, prepared surface. Sites very secluded. Amenities modern stainless steel. No site very far from a toilet. You will need to bring your own water. And there are no bins - the policy at a lot of these National Parks campsites is for campers to take there own rubbish with them when they leave. Obviously people will use the bins at the nearest roadside parking bay.
  • Facilities at Stokes Inlet, just 80 Kms west of Esperance WA, are excellent for both overnight camping and day trippers. Right at the water's edge are two well appointed picnic shelters with gas BBQ and sink, toilets, boat ramp and fish cleaning table for day use. Camping sites are large, flat and well sheltered, just a little higher up the estuary. Camp sites are well laid out for privacy and have easy access to camp kitchens with water views, toilets and boat ramp. Walk paths and toilets are wheelchair suitable.

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