Cape Range National Park was the subject of my sixth blog for Ningaloo Caravan and Holiday Park. Having largely written about water-based activities and attractions, it was time to highlight an area of natural wonder on dry land.
As much as we know you love spending time in the water, there are plenty of adventures if you prefer to keep your feet on terra firma. No trip to Exmouth is complete without spending a bit of time exploring the natural wonders of Cape Range National Park. Whether you’re here for a few days, a week or longer.
Covering more than 50,000 hectares, you will find Cape Range National Park on the west side of Exmouth. In our, albeit biased opinion, it’s one of Australia’s most underrated National Parks. And at just a 45-minute drive to get there from Ningaloo Caravan and Holiday Park, there’s no excuse not to visit.
Cape Range National Park is fringed by some of the most beautiful beaches and crystal-clear blue waters the entire state of Western Australia has to offer. With breath-taking canyons, gorges, and ranges, the panoramic views within the park itself are epic. The National Park enjoys several walking trails, some easy, some more difficult. All of which offer bushwalkers an opportunity to take in the magnificent scenery of Cape Range National Park firsthand.