Cape Arid National Park, Esperance

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Cape Arid National Park is a national park located in Western Australia, 731 kilometres (454 mi) southeast of Perth. The park is situated 120 kilometres (75 mi) east of Esperance and lies on the shore of the south coast from the eastern end of the Recherche Archipelago. The bay at its eastern side is Israelite Bay, a locality often mentioned in Bureau of Meteorology weather reports as a geographical marker. The western end is known as Duke of Orleans Bay.

Its coastline is defined by Cape Arid, a bay called Sandy Bight and, further east, Cape Pasley.
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  • Quiet and nice spot for camping , only 4x4 access , 1 hour away from Esperance , nice views , access road in good condition, part of the access to be driving around beach which is a bit sandy...  more »
  • We went to both Cape Le Grand and Cape Arid National Parks.Both different and usually tourists would do Cape Le Grand.The two best beaches are Duke of Orleans and Wharton Beach which is gorgeous.We...  more »

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