Parry Beach Campground, Denmark WA
Parry Beach Campground is located just 20 minutes drive from the town of Denmark, on the south coast of WA. Not only is it an incredibly beautiful place to stay, but at $20 a night per site (for 2 people) it is by far the cheapest option that we found in the Denmark area.
The campsite is located just behind the beach, and the sites are covered by a canopy of the most beautiful peppermint trees. Even though in peak season it fills up, the way the sites are arranged means that it still feels like you are totally surrounded by nature.
It is a bush camp, so don’t expect fancy caravan park facilities or power, but it does have flushing toilets and hot showers (including accessible options), which is a massive plus!
Most sites have a fire pit and you can buy firewood from the caretaker for $10 a bag. There is a sign at the entrance which lets you know if you are allowed fires that day. There are also BBQs and picnic tables.
Although there is running water in the bathrooms, it is not for drinking, so make sure you bring your own.
As well as being a great base for exploring the Denmark area, at the beautiful beach here you can swim, surf, fish, 4WD and launch your boat.
While there are plenty of sites for both vans and tents, you must be under 2.7 metres to enter the campground because of the tree canopy.
There are no bookings, so it’s first in, best dressed - although there is a 1-night overflow area if they are full or if you are over height.