Camping - Top rated Places in South Western Australia- Walpole



Cooler down South !


If you are searching for a good area to go tenting inside the south of Western Australia then Walpole is usually a excellent selection for you remaining shut for the drinking water for boating, fishing, swimming also as bush walks.


After the warmth of Morawa it had been good for getting down south and carry out some tenting from the cooler climate !


We you should not usually remain in caravan parks primarily the varsity vacations on the other hand as there was a tent web site accessible at Coalmine seaside for your several times we resolved to present it a go!


Our place was an honest sizing but using a little tent & wanting shade we went under the tree .


As it rained almost everyday the tarp was very much appreciated for the bit of cover.


Walpole does't look like there is much to do when you just drive through on the highway without having a good look behind the scenes.


We spent about 5 times there and had an awesome time exploring Walpole and surrounding areas..


From climbing a mountain on a rainy day, doing the tree walk to checking out Green pool & a toffee factory we saw a lot & had a fantastic time!


If you only see one area down south make sure you see the area Walpole to Denmark!


Reccomend a cruise on Wow !


We really enjoyed our cruise with the guys from the jetty in Walpole out to this beautiful bay where they had it set up for afternoon tea!


Along the way we saw a large stingray during the drinking water up shut.


It was an entertaining trip with our storyteller Gary keeping up the pace !


When we arrived at this place there was the choice for a walk for the otherside to a remote seaside or sit , wait & enjoy the scenery.


We chose to do half the walk as there was no swimming allowed the otherside & enjoyed a swim in this drinking water!


After a coffee & home made cake we made our way back to Walpole!


Camping in National Parks



There are three locations around Walpole that permit tenting while in the National Parks.


Crystal Springs - Situated within the Walpole-Nornalup National Park 12km west of Walpole.
Amenities: toilets, tank h2o, BBQ ( no guaranteed supply of wood and bring own axe)
Price: $7 per adult/per night, $5 Concession Card holders/per night, $2.00 university age children under 16 


Centre Road Crossing - Situated in National Park on the Deep River, 20km west of Walpole on South Western Highway.
Amenities: toilets, tank h2o , BBQ ( no guaranteed supply of wood and bring own axe) 1 cabin available- first come first serve, maximum keep 3 times.
Must boil Deep River drinking water.
Price: Free of charge


Fernhook Falls -This looked a pleasant area where you can swim ! Situated 36 km north-west of Walpole on Beardmore Road, turn off South Western Highway.
Amenities: toilets, tank h2o, Gas BBQs, campers kitchen, 2 cabins available- first come first serve, maximum continue to be 3 times.
Must boil Deep River drinking water.
Price: $7per adult/per night, $5 Concession Card holders/per night, $2.00 college age children under 16


Honeymoon Pool below Perth


We found Honeymoon Pool by accident near Wellington Dam out from Collie!


It was so good we stayed for any couple of times by the river.


There are bbq's , toilets & table & chairs.


It is popular so you need to arrive early for just a web-site.The ranger calls by everday to collect tenting fees, check the gas etc


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