Belvidere Beach

Belvidere Beach, Australind WA

Belvidere Beach is day use area, fishing and swimming in the Indian Ocean. Belvidere Beach has parking and 4WD access to the beach. No dogs or off road vehicles permitted on Belvidere Beach.

See Fishing information.

Picnic at Belvidere (gas barbecues at Belvidere) or at the John Boyle O’Reilly site. A boardwalk trail and interpretive information is provided at John Boyle O’Reilly site.

The camping area is within tuart forest with a peppermint tree understorey. Ring-tail possums are common in the area.

Enjoy walking, swimming or fishing at Buffalo Beach and Belvidere beach.

Birdwatch along the estuary foreshore.

Walk or cycle from Belvidere to The Cut, about 9km one-way. This path winds through tuart and peppermint woodland and has panoramic views across the estuary to the Darling Range.

Tuart Grove picnic site is accessible by boat and is located across the water to the west of the boat-ramp in Australind near the BP Service Station.

Belvidere Camp & Belvidere Day Use

Located at the end of Buffalo road on the edge of the inlet. The inlet is a very popular place for crabbing, fishing, prawning, boating, sailing and windsurfing. Not far to the beach. Day use and camping area for families and groups. Walk trails along the inlet and to the ‘The Cut’ areas.

Suitable for caravans. Information bay. John Boyle O’Reilly Memorial Monument, picnic tables and benches, gas and wood BBQs, fire rings and lookout. No dogs allowed.

The campground is nestled among tuart forest near the edge of Leschenault Estuary. There are 11 designated camping sites each with a table and barbecue. There are a number of walk and cycle tracks that provide views across the estuary to the Darling Range and Australind town site.

The lighting of camp fires in non-designated areas is prohibited. Wood barbecues are provided at most sites, however their use is prohibited on very high and extreme fire danger days.

It is a good idea to bring your own portable gas stove or barbecue. Toilets are provided.

Bookings do not apply at this campground. It operates on a first come – first served basis.

The prices for this campground are:
Adults $7/night; Concession card holders $5/night; Children $2/night.
A concession card holder is defined below. Children are school aged, under 16.

Best time to visit: All year round. Camping fees collected by rangers who patrol the area.

Mosquito repellent is a must in all areas.


Buffalo Road,
off Old Coast Road,
Australind 6233,
Western Australia

08 9729 1122
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