Bruboodjoo is a great spot to enjoy Ningaloo Marine Park from, do some fishing,
launch your boat and just sit back, relax and connect with Country and each other.


Yardiyarra Ngarrari (Dugong Camp/Country)

A semi-remote campground adjacent to the Ningaloo Marine Park in the Ningaloo World heritage Area.


(Ningaloo) Coastal Reserves

Under Joint Management of the Baiyungu Traditional Owners and Department of Biodiversity Conservation and Attractions (DBCA).

How to Get Here

1. Take the Coastal Track north from Coral Bay Road:
about 3.8km in from the Exmouth-Manilya Road turnoff to Coral Bay, or about 8.5km coming from Coral Bay.

2. Turnoff to Bruboodjoo Camp from Exmouth-Manilya Road:
about 15.5km on Exmouth-Manilya Road
north of the Coral Bay Road turnoff
or about 37.0km south of Burkett Road.

3. Follow the coastal track south of the road in to the old Ningaloo Homestead for about 32km.

Check in with the camp host who can
guide you where to set up camp.

What is Provided

There’s a skip bin service for your domestic rubbish and a chemical toilet dump point.


What to Bring

You must bring EVERYTHING else you need – chemical toilet, water, food, power, firewood etc.


Must have your own chemical toilet

DBCA rules apply in this area (eg stay on existing tracks).

Like most campsites, NO generators between 8pm and 6am.

Firewood collection is not permitted at Bruboodjoo or the surrounding Reserve or Cardabia Station. Fires only when conditions permit, usually between April – October and must be in your own portable, self-contained fire ring or fireplace.

Pets to be kept under control and don’t disturb or cause any problems with other campers or animals in and around the camp area.

Use the waste bins provided or take all your waste away with you.

Look after the area – keep it clean, avoid damaging vegetation.

It is best to book and pay online so you can be sure you get a spot.

Campsite Fees
& Bookings

A per person camping fee is charged (Plus Taxes & Fees):

Adults: $15/head – up to 1 week.
$12/head – up to 4 weeks.
$10/head – more than 4 weeks.

Children (Ages 5 – 16 yrs): $5/head

Under 5 yrs: No charge


There are currently no marked and numbered sites at Bruboodjoo, so please report to the Camp Host who will check you in and show you where to set up camp.

For the purposes of booking and managing numbers, we count each vehicle as a site.  The maximum number of sites is currently 100. The maximum number of people (adults and children) per site is 5.

Note: This may change in the future if Bruboodjoo moves to a site allocation system.

If the number of people changes during your stay or you want to extend, then separate or updated bookings will need to be made.

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