Waratah camping area

Camper trailer Camping fee Caravan access Dogs allowed Drinking water Dump point Fire prohibited Gas/electric barbecue Hot showers Kiosk/restaurant/food Picnic area Powered site Ranger Toilets Vehicle-based camping Canoeing Fishing Hiking trails Lookout Nature walk Scenic drives Walking trails

Formerly the location of the world’s leading tin mine, Waratah now welcomes tourists not miners, although there is still gold to be panned in nearby creeks. In the middle of town, there is a lake and waterfall; this council-run campground is right next to them, behind the council chambers on Smith St. There are 20 van sites on both grass and gravel, and a dump point in Annie St. There is a shop nearby and the hotel does very good meals. Cradle Mountain and Corinna are within easy driving distance. Waratah is on the B23, 7 km from its junction with the Murchison Hwy (A10), 63 km south of Somerset and 55 km north of Rosebery.

Contact information

Who to contact: Visitor Information Centre, Smith St, Waratah (03) 6439 7100; or Waratah Roadhouse (03) 6439 1110

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