Find the perfect
spot for your next
caravan or camping
Sleep under the stars at one of the region’s many national park camp sites, or stay at a lakeside tourist park and wake up to breathtaking views.
You can camp right on the riverbank in the heart of Pinjarra or Boddington, on the foothills of the Darling Ranges in Serpentine, amongst towering trees in Dwellingup or lakeside at Herron Point near Pinjarra and Lake Navarino in Waroona.
Camping in a national park or reserve is a great way to connect with nature. The campgrounds in the region, which are either on a first-come, first-served bases or booked in advance via https://parkstaybookings.dbca.wa.gov.au include:
Lane Poole Reserve
Instant relaxation is guaranteed at Lane Poole Reserve. You’ll just love this national park with nine different campgrounds within the reserve providing a range of facilities. Fees apply and a park pass is required to enter the national park. Except for Nanga Mill and Nanga Townsite, booking in advance is required.
Marrinup Townsite near Dwellingup is suitable for tents, has toilet facilities and is pet friendly. Camping fees apply and booking in advance is not possible.
Martins Tank Campground
Unwind and connect with nature at this beautiful campground near Preston Beach, right on the banks of Martins Tank Lake. The campsites at Martins Tank Campground are suitable for tents, campervans, camper trailers and caravans. Fees apply and you must book in advance.
|Pinjarra, Waroona Oval (May to Oct only), Preston Beach and Drakesbrook Weir|
Free Dump Points are available in: Mandurah, Pinjarra, Waroona and Boddington.
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