Cleaverville is a popular spot for camping or day trips, and boasts great fishing spots off the beach and at the mouth of Cleaverville Creek. Located 20 minutes northwest of Karratha, the camp area offers a natural boat ramp, public toilets for day users and sullage disposal points. Bring plenty of drinking water as it is not available on-site.
Book your site and permit online for your stay at Cleaverville.
Camping season runs from 1 May to 30 September each year. Fees apply during the peak camping season.
Camping fees are subject to change and are based on a per night rate, with discounts available for longer stays. Campers may stay a maximum of 28 days within any three-month period.
The camping fees and charges document sets out current fees, which may change at any time.
Off season runs from 1 October to 30 April each year. No fees apply during the off season. Campers may stay a maximum of three nights per 28 days.
Camp site closure
For your safety, the camp site may need to be closed at short notice. During cyclone season - from November to April - the camp site will be closed when a Blue Alert is issued, and reopened when the All Clear is given.
DFES provides critical and timely information and should be referred to in an emergency.
Fishing and boating
A natural boat launch ramp and fantastic fishing make Cleaverville an excellent spot for aquatic adventures. Take care when planning a trip on the water and be sure to allow for the 5-metre tides.