Parking your car on site at Bass Camp will require you to purchase a Car Pass together with your Weekend Pass.
Read below about parking with a Car Pass, parking for Day Passes, and our free shuttle bus for everyone.
Who can purchase a Car Pass?
Car Passes are reserved for those purchasing a Weekend Pass to Bass Camp. The carpark for Car Passes is located on site approx 100m from the front Gate, and is patrolled by security. Day Passes can not park on site, but have a free car park available 500m from the front Gate.
Free Shuttle Bus
Our free shuttle bus will take all ticket holders and their gear from the front Gate, and the Car Pass carpark through to camp.
Can I camp in my car or van?
Cars, vans and vehicles are not permitted past the car park at Bass Camp. You will need to purchase a Weekend Pass and Car Pass to be able to park on site in the designated car park. While you could sleep in your car in the carpark, we recommend camping in a tent in the camping area close to toilets and showers. Weekend Passes can also choose to book a comfy bunk bed.
Another option is to take your van or caravan to the Woodman Point Caravan Park next door to Bass Camp. You are welcome to book a space with the caravan park, and make your way to the shuttle so we can take you to Bass Camp each visit. Please note the general caravan park rules for noise, as this isn’t part of Bass Camp.
Day Pass Parking
Day Pass tickets can park for free in the designated car park near Cockburn Road, approximately 500m outside the front Gate. This carpark is NOT patrolled by security, and we do not recommend sleeping in your car by the road. Day Pass tickets must leave site from midnight, so please plan your safe journey without drink driving.
Getting to Bass Camp
Here are some tips on getting to Bass Camp at Woodman Point, and saving excess car use:
- Car pool together with some mates.
- Catch a taxi, ride-share or a lift from mum. Bass Camp is only 10 minutes from Fremantle.
- Catch a Transperth bus, seriously! The bus stop is on Cockburn Road 500m from the Gate.
Stay for the weekend with a Weekend Pass to Bass Camp with free camping!
Bikes and human-powered vehicles
Pedal-powered bikes and trikes are welcome at Bass Camp. Even though we’re all friends, we still recommend using a lock to secure your bike around camp. If in doubt about your bike or vehicle, contact us.