G'day and welcome to Northampton's True Blue Caravan Park. With new owners, the newly renovated True Blue Caravan Park is perfectly situated in the middle of Northampton and other picturesque and unique Western Australian landmarks.
The easiest and fastest way to secure your site is to call us on 0458732503.
We recommend booking as much in advance as possible to ensure you don't miss out - especially during school holidays, public holidays and long weekends. However, if you are looking for a last minute site, please call us and our wonderful hosts Jane and Phil will do their best to accommodate you.
Please note: If you are Covid positive and are able to be self contained within your caravan (including your own shower/bath/toilet), we can accommodate you. If you do not have your own amentities, we cannot accommodate you if you are Covid positive. For more information, please call us.
Powered site: $39 per night (2 people)
Unpowered site: $29 per night (2 people)
Additional Adult: $10 per night
Additional Child: $5 per night
Northampton True Blue Caravan Park boasts 34 powered sites and 10 unpowered sites right in the heart of Northampton.
We are conveniently located with the following local business just around the corner:
The Shire of Northampton encompasses the popular tourist destinations of Horrocks, Port Gregory, Kalbarri and Northampton. The Shire is extremely diverse from the coastal lifestyle of Kalbarri to the heritage trails through Northampton. Tourism is a growing industry within the Shire of Northampton and one that receives support from the Northampton Shire Council. Northampton is less than 6 hours drive from Perth and the perfect location for a long weekend getaway.
Kalbarri National Park surrounds the lower reaches of the Murchison River, which has cut a magnificent 80km gorge through the red and white banded sandstone to create formations such as Nature’s Window and The Loop, Z-Bend and Hawks Head, with scenic gorge views at the Ross Graham Lookout and views of the town and river mouth at Meanarra Hill.
Horrocks Beach is a popular and picturesque swimming beach in the beautiful seaside town of Horrocks. Enjoy swimming, fishing, beach combing or indulge in a range of water activities. During late spring, visit the specially constructed platform to look out for Humpback whales on their migration south.
The beachside village of Port Gregory is famed for its pink lagoon, exposed reef, spring wildflower scenery and settler history, complete with convict-era buildings and shipwrecks. Swim, dive, fish and immerse yourself in this quintessential Western Australian beach holiday spot.