Get back to basics and find a secluded spot to pitch your tent among the park’s steep ranges and deep gorges. While vehicle-based camping is not permitted in the park, backpack camping is allowed west of the Dutchman Range outside of the Fire Danger Season. There are no designated camp sites and no fees.
Camping is not permitted during the Fire Danger Season.
For a unique experience, stay overnight in a classic 1950s Australian homestead or shearers’ quarters. The Dutchmans Stern Homestead and Shearers’ Quarters are self-contained buildings situated against a stunning mountain backdrop.
Dutchmans Stern Homestead (2 bedroom with lounge & kitchen, sleeps 6)
This spacious homestead is self-contained and sleeps up to six people. It features a fully-furnished kitchen, living room and two bedrooms. After a day of enjoying the park, relax on the front verandah which overlooks the rugged landscape.
You will need to provide own linen, pillows, towels and tea-towels. Crockery, cutlery and kitchen utensils are supplied.
Shearers’ Quarters (3 bedroom with lounge & kitchen, sleeps 9)
This rustic building sleeps up to nine people and includes three bedrooms and a large combined living and dining room. The views through the glass doors in the main bedroom provide an impressive vista of the ranges and the bluff - a prominent landmark in the park.
Facilities include toilets, showers, cooking facilities, heating, barbeque and a fridge. Please bring your own linen.