Esperance - Wylie Bay to Cape Le Grand
About the Track
Track Description

22k Long fun Beach run
Nice firm sand when we done it with no problems

Le Grand Beach (Cape Le Grand National Park)
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Site Description / Overview

Adult Rate : $9.00 Per Night

Child Rate(Under 16 years) : $2.00 Per Night

Property Category :

Campsite (Established Camping with Facilities)

Local Destination :

Your hosts: Department of Envronment and Conservation

State : western-australia

Suburb : Esperance

Post Code : 6280

GPS Coordinates : -33.97718,122.12050


Cape Le Grand Beach Campground is situated 55km south east of Esperance at the western end of Wylie Bay, within Cape Le Grand National Park. The camping area is smaller than Lucky Bay with sites consisting of private bays separated by dense vegetation. Facilities include septic toilets and showers. Fireplaces are available however firewood is scarce, so it is advisable to take a gas stove with you. Cape Le Grand beach is a long open beach with pristine water suitable for swimming in calm weather, body surfing and surfing. The 15km Coastal walking trail starts at Le Grand Beach Carpark runing from Cape Le Grand Beach via Hellfire Bay to Rossiter Bay, and features excellent coastal views. There is good fishing from the rocks and along the beach and boats may be launched only on calm days. National Park passes do not include camping. Separate camping fees apply.

BBQ Facilities
Camp Fires/Firewood
Scenic Views
Drinking Water
Camper Trailer Access
Picnic Tables


Bird watching
Bush Walking
Off Road Driving/4WD
Walking Trails

National Parks
Mount Le Grand

Contact Details

Name: Le Grand Beach (Cape Le Grand National Park)

Address: Cape Le Grand Road

Phone: (08) 9219 8000

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Track Logs
User ID Log Vehicle Date
31669 Mitsubishi Pajero Dec 20, 2012
48270 Sand was soft in the middle section. Conditions weren't ideal but if conditions were perfect, it is drivable in 2wd even for a softroader! Nissan Xtrail Sep 29, 2012
11056 Nissan Patrol Jan 15, 2012
6015 Nissan Patrol Jan 15, 2012