Northampton Caravan Park
Welcome to the Australian National Trust classified Historical Town of Northampton, Western Australia.
The Northampton Caravan Park is ideally located for your trips to the Kalbari National Park, Horrocks Beach, The Pink Lake near Port Gregory and is a fantastic fishing area filled with history and charm.
When visiting Northampton you have a chance to visit a rich past. Before European settlers arrived here there were Aborigines in the area. You can see some aboriginal paintings in the sheltered overhangs at Bowes River Road.
More recently the townsite of Northampton was founded. In 1848 Welsh and Cornish miners began mining lead and by 1855 copper mining had also commenced.
In 1864 the township of Northampton had been declared. Below you will see part of the main street today.