Camp Grace is centrally located for a range of active outdoor excursions. If you’re organising a group function, many of these activities can be arranged by the camp manager. Call to ask for further information.
The granite sea cliffs at Wilyabrup are a popular choice; there is a range of routes, all with spectacular scenery.
If you’d like to turn the excitement up a notch from the usual tourist cave, groups can be organised to tour several of the wild caves: no coloured lights or handrails here!
With calm waters and afternoon breezes, Geographe Bay is a favourite location for sailing and canoeing camps.
The start of the Cape to Cape walk at Naturalist Lighthouse is just 30 minutes from Camp Grace, along with the coastal walks at Castle Rock and Meelup.
If you’d like a change from the clear calm water at Camp Grace itself, the local region is famous for its beautiful beaches which offer both snorkelling, surfing and fishing.
Busselton and Margaret River were among the first areas of white settlement in Western Australia. Within a short drive of Camp Grace there are several places of interest chronicling the early days of fishing, farming and timber felling.