Torbay Inlet Rd Campground, (Floodgates) Torbay

Torbay Inlet WA - 40 kms east of Denmark town.

28km west of Albany at the end of Torbay Inlet Road. Turn south off Lower Denmark Road onto Perkins Beach Road, then take a left onto Torbay Inlet Road. The campground is at the end of that 4km dirt road. 

No Longer Free Camping - $15 per night. 

Torbay Inlet is a very small camping area protected by coastal scrub in a peaceful location, surrounded by peppermint trees, on the banks of the Torbay Inlet. 

It offers camping up to a maximum of 7 days. 5 small caravan bays and 16 tent bays. No advance booking possible. 

Dogs on a leash are allowed. Limited mobile phone signal is available. NO Fires. 

The Torbay Inlet has plenty of shade where you can set up your tent, caravan or campers. It is accessible by 2WD along an unsealed gravel road, however is not suitable for larger caravans.Follow the track, next to the inlet, to the beach.

  1. Public Toilets
  2. Beach Access
  3. Dog friendly 
  4. Swimming
  5. Fishing
  6. Canoeing
  7. Surfing
  8. 4WD boat launch

1 - Cosy Corner Beach camp - free camping

Drive through the car park to the very end and drive down onto the beach - on the map where the GREEN marker is - there is a cleared area which you can drive into (maybe / maybe not)

It's ideal - as you don't have to deflate the tyres, and it's on the beach

Partially sheltered from the wind

2 - Cosy Corner Campground - paid camping

15 sites - there is a camp host near the entrance and may assign you a site - have to check first before setting up

Fully sheltered from the wind

3 - Torbay West Campground - paid camping - $15 per night

Lower Denmark Rd to Perkins Beach Rd to Torbay Inlet Rd

There are 20 camp sites in the area and a few other sites on the North side

Fully sheltered from the wind

3B - West Torbay Camp Ground - extra sites

There is a sand track 500m BEFORE the West Torbay Campground

Follow that track to the inlet, and there are spots along the way - very private

Fully sheltered from the wind

4 - Mutton Bird Beach - free camping (beach camping NOT IDEAL)

You have to drive to Elleker and follow the signs to Mutton Bird Beach | Shelter Island

Drive down on the beach and head west - NOT SURE if you need to let your tyres down

There is camping in the dunes near the river mouth

NOT sheltered from the wind

Shelley Beach Campground - paid camping

Follow the signs to West Cape Howe - Coombes Rd to Shelley Beach Rd

No Privacy there as the sites are in a big open area - might be OK if there are no people

There is a ranger hut where you pay your fees (if there is anyone there)

NOT sheltered from the wind

West Torbay Inlet camping is a great way to experience the natural beauty of Western Australia. The campground is located on the shores of the inlet, which is a popular spot for fishing, swimming, and boating. There are also a number of hiking trails in the area that offer stunning views of the coastline.

Camping at West Torbay Inlet is a great way to enjoy the outdoors and get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. The campground is located in a quiet and peaceful setting, and there are plenty of activities to keep you busy.

Here are some of the things you can do at West Torbay Inlet camping:

  1. Go fishing: The inlet is a popular spot for fishing, and you can catch a variety of fish, including salmon, trout, and bream.
  2. Go swimming: The water in the inlet is clear and calm, making it a great place to swim.
  3. Go boating: You can rent a boat from the campground and explore the inlet.
  4. Go hiking: There are a number of hiking trails in the area that offer stunning views of the coastline.
  5. Go birdwatching: The area is home to a variety of birds, including pelicans, seagulls, and cormorants.
  6. Go camping: The campground has a variety of camping options to choose from, including unpowered sites, as well as free camping along the 4WD tracks around the Inlet.


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