Contos Camp Ground Margaret River

Contos Camp Ground Margaret River offers a superb spot to camp, located a short distance from the township.

Point of difference:

If you are planning to go camping in the South West and searching for a unique spot, then Contos Camp Ground Margaret River is an option you need to check out. The group campsite is a perfect place to relax, experience the natural beauty of Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park and enjoy the guided eco-activities in peak periods. With wonderful grassed and shaded spots, one can’t help but feel comfortable when in that atmosphere.

Number of campgrounds/style of camp sites:

Contos Camp Ground Margaret River offers four camping loops, each with its own toilets and water that are situated at a designated spot. Individual camp sites within the loops are nestled amidst bushland surrounding a one-way road. The establishment caters to everybody from medium to small groups.


Contos Camp Ground Margaret River is located on the Cape to Cape walk trail, around 20 kilometres south of the Margaret River township. It is just 800 metres from the coast.

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On-site Facilities:

ToiletsKitchen AreaBBQ Rings
Car Parking SpaceTent SiteShaded, Grassed Areas

Each campsite is complete with picnic table as well as an open fireplace with hotplate.

Guided eco tours are offered in peak periods. They are advertised at the entrance station and campgrounds.

Contos Camp Ground Margaret River is within Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park and hence campers should abide by National Park Regulations.

Local Attractions:

Contos Camp Ground Margaret River is just a short drive from the Lake Cave, kiosk and beach. It is an excellent base to have whilst you explore local attractions: Boranup Forest, Cape to Cape Walk, Tourist Maze, vineyards, restaurants and caves.


Camping: $6 per adult per night, $2 per child per night

Eco Tours: $4 for adults, $2 for kids

Please note that tariffs at Contos Camp Ground Margaret River vary depending on the time of year and are higher during peak holiday periods.


These are real quotes from people who have stayed at Contos Camp Ground Margaret River:

“This is a fantastic spot to camp, as close to nature as you can get and just a drive away from the township. You really feel as though you are away from it all as you relax in this beautiful setting.” (

“Very good park atmosphere, quiet, open and roomy park, shady park. Clean UC gas bbq (free). Basic playground, condition okay. Suitable for a week or more, suitable for families, the park was well maintained.” (

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  1. Where about is this situated & can anyone give me any ideas?
    also, thinking of going this weekend.

    • Hi Nicole – Contos is a great campsite and is located just off Caves road near Lake Cave. When you get to Margaret River, then turn right at the top of town down Walcliffe Road heading for Prevelly, then turn left onto Caves road at the T junction, then you head south on Caves road until you meet a sign for Lake Cave (about 15 min drive), Turn right here and go past the entrance to Lake Cave and you will come to Contos. Have fun and would love to hear how your trip was.

  2. Dion Francis says:

    Hi, I am looking for two caravan sites mid february.
    Does Contos have caravan sites

    • Hi Dion, Yes and No, From memory Contos has places you can park up with your caravan but there certainly is no power. Also it is frist come first served so come open minded about finding a place to park up. The Fact you are looking for two places is going to be twice as risky but it it possible. If you want to be sure try Hamelin Bay Caravan Park just down the road

  3. As it is an Eco park I assume no pets allowed is this correct, please advise.

    Thank you.

    • Hi Garry
      Yes you are right as this is a National Park so no pets. Sorry. One camp site to consider is Alexandra Bridge, a lovely spot on the Blackwood River just off Brockman Highway and dogs are allowed if on a leash at all times 🙂

  4. Nicole Maunders says:


    Can anyone tell me if this is 2wd friendly?

    • Hi Nicole – Yes Contos is 2WD friendly. You do have to go down a gravel road to get to the camp site, not for long though and it is well worth the trip. Enjoy your stay as Contos is a stunning spot.

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