Parry Beach Campground

Parry Beach Campground is a volunteer-managed campground providing nature-based camping in the Shire of Denmark.

The campground DOES NOT take bookings and operates on a first-come, best-dressed policy.

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Contact Information

The campground at Parry Beach is managed by the Parry's Beach Voluntary Management Group. They can be contacted by:

Phone: 0427 641 524

Email: parrysbeach@gmail.com 

If your call or email is about bookings, you will not get a reply as no bookings or reservations can be made for Parry Beach Campground.

The email account is managed by volunteers and is not monitored every day. Thank you for your patience and understanding.


Campground Information

This camp operates on a first-in, best-dressed policy. Bookings are NOT AVAILABLE.

During peak periods, the campground is generally full by lunchtime each day, so come early if you are seeking a place.

Documents for Parrys Campground
Documents
Parry Beach Campground Map

The Campground PROVIDES:

  • Toilets
  • Shower Facilities (some solar heated)
  • BBQ
  • Caretaker
  • Beach Boat Launching
  • Accessible Toilet
  • Next G Coverage
  • Friendly Dogs Allowed
  • Beach Wheelchair (Trekker) available.  

Parry Beach Campground DOES NOT PROVIDE:

  • Powered sites
  • Campers Kitchen
  • Drinking Water
  • Shop Facilities

Note: Owners of large Caravans or large Recreational Vehicles (RVs) other than pop tops should note that the height restriction for the park is 2.7 metres.

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Camping Fees

Cash and EFTPOS payment options are available (EFTPOS preferred).

The below fees and charges are relevant to all campers:

  • Caravan
  • Campervan
  • Mobile Home
  • Trailer
  • Tent / Swag

Fees per campsite (all sites are unpowered)

Bookings not available

Cost per night for first two people, per site

$22.00
Cost per week for first two people, per site $116.00
Additional Fees
Each extra adult per night $11.00
Child (6-15 years) per night $3.00
Child under 6 years Free

 50% concession may be available for people who provide significant voluntary work at Parry Beach

The above fees are based on the amended 2022/2023 Shire of Denmark Fees & Charges and are subject to change from time to time.

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Campground Rules

WELCOME TO PARRY BEACH CAMPGROUND

The Parry Beach Reserve & Camping area is managed by the Parry’s Beach Voluntary Management Group Inc. (PBVMG) for the Shire of Denmark. 

The Shire takes no responsibility for damage to, or loss of, vehicles, camping accommodation or property. 

Campground Caretakers are volunteers.  All fees go to the Shire for the maintenance of the Reserve. With your co-operation, we can continue to keep Parry Beach a beautiful place for ourselves and future generations to enjoy.

 Campground Rules

  1. Alert the Caretaker to any concerns. 9am–12pm and 1-5pm (after hours for emergencies).
  2. Maximum stay of 3 weeks March – November and 2 weeks December – February
  3. Check out 10am
  4. Behaviour Expectations:
  • For the comfort of all guests no undue noise is permitted between 10pm and 8am.
  • Parents are responsible for ensuring their children do not disturb campground peace.
  • Excessive noise and rowdy parties will not be tolerated under any circumstances.
  • Abusive language (including swearing), physical intimidation or assault will not be tolerated at any time.
  • Any such behaviour will result in eviction and possible future bans from the campground.
  1. Unoccupied caravans, trailers, tents, and the like must not be left in this campground. Any vans/equipment left unattended for more than 24 hours will be removed by the Caretaker – even if you have paid camp fees.
  2. Saving spots for friends is not permitted.
  3. You must consult the Caretaker before moving to another site within the campground.
  4. Pop-up showers and toilet tents are not permitted.
  5. Dispose of all rubbish in the bins provided, located past the BBQ area. A special unit is provided for fish offal and meat scraps unwrapped or in paper (no plastic in this bin please) – located past rubbish bins.
  6. No fish cleaning within campground – a table is provided on the beach.
  7. Quiet generators are permitted and can only be used between 8–10 am and 5–9 pm.
  8. Dogs are welcome and must be kept on a leash, and not left at the campsite unsupervised.
  9. Beware of snakes, deadly species live here. Keep your children and dogs out of bush areas.
  10. All vehicles (including motorbikes) are to be driven slowly and responsibly through the campsite (5kms/hr). All vehicles must be licensed.
  11. All washing water is to be deposited into the sinks, not run onto the ground at your site.
  12. Make sure that your gas bottles are within government regulations and are in good working order.
  13. Fire extinguishers are found throughout campground. Please note where your closest fire extinguisher is located.
  14. Family shower is in the front ablution block. Accessible facilities are in each ablution block.
  15. Water is heated from solar panels; hot water will not always be available. Please use the outdoor shower in front of the ablution block for washing off sand prior to showering.
  16. Water is not to be used for the cleaning of vehicles, boats etc.

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Evacuation and Emergency Information

EVACUATION PROCEDURE

In case of emergency all persons must turn off all gas and extinguish fires.

Move as quickly as possible to the Evacuation Area (front BBQ area) to receive further instructions.

 

Please do not bring your camping equipment or caravan etc.

 

EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBERS

Service

Phone number

Fire/Police/Ambulance

000

SES (State Emergency Service)

132 500

Local Police (non-urgent)

9848 0500 or 131 444

Denmark Hospital

9848 0600

Sea Rescue

000

Shire Ranger Services

9848 0300

 

FIRE RULES

  • Campfire ban – No fires when the Fire Danger Rating is High or above.       Campers must check the Fire Danger rating daily.   www.emergency.wa.gov.au
  • Firewood is available from the Caretaker’s Cottage until 5pm daily.
  • Please only use the fire pits provided.
  • Fires may only be lit 1 May - 30 October if the Fire Danger Rating is Moderate or below and must never be left unattended.  
  • Extinguish all fires before going to bed.
  • Fires are not allowed during the Restricted Period 1 November - 30 April.
  • Absolutely NO collecting firewood in the park or reserve.
  • You may BYO firewood, but it must be small size pieces and able to fit inside the fire drum.
  • Please return wood bags to bin outside Caretaker’s Cottage.
  • Any breach of fire rules will result in eviction.

Please take extra care with your campfires – mistakes may cost lives.

 

Thank you for your cooperation, we hope you enjoy your stay at Parry Beach.

Disclaimer: If you are planning to visit Denmark during the Peak Period there is a high likelihood that there will be no vacancies available, to avoid disappointment please book at one of the commercial tourist parks

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