Banksia camping area

4WD Camping fee Day use fee Drinking water No dogs/pets No rubbish disposal Picnic shelter Ranger Toilets Vehicle-based camping Wood fireplace Fishing Swimming Walking trails

At 28 km west of Walpole via Mandalay Beach Rd, Banksia camping area is close to the water at a beach boasting spectacular coastal scenery. The popular surfing, fishing and bush walking spot is very secluded and perfect for self-sufficient campers. Boil or treat the tank water, or bring your own drinking water. Bring firewood too. Access is 4WD only.

Information

Who to contact: DEC Walpole (08) 9840 0400 for Banksia camping area, Crystal Springs camping area; DEC Walpole (08) 9840 0400 or DEC Pemberton (08) 9776 1207 for Coodamurrup Beach camping area (bush camping), Fish Creek camping area, Moores Hut camping area, Mouth of Gardner camping area (bush camping); DEC Nannup (08) 9756 0211 or DEC Pemberton (08) 9776 1207 for Black Point camping area, Grass Tree Hollow camping area, Lake Jasper camping area,  Snottygobble Loop camping area, Yeagarup Lake camping area; DEC Bibbulmun Track Office (08) 9334 0265 for Dog Pool camping area, Gardner camping area, Lake Maringup camping area, Long Point camping area, Mount Chance camping area, Woolbales camping area How to book: Windy Harbour camping area (08) 9776 8398, Leaning Marri camping area (08) 9776 1207


This campsite is located in D'Entrecasteaux National Park

A significant wilderness area of pristine natural beauty, D’Entrecasteaux National Park is a narrow strip hugging the coast for 130 km between Augusta and Walpole. With high dunes and spectacular coastal cliffs, the park’s outstanding natural features include a series of hexagonal-shaped basalt columns to the west of Black Point, major streams and rivers, including the Warren, Donnelly and Shannon, coastal heathlands, grasslands, low woodlands and scattered pockets of karri forest. Quokkas, western quolls, possums, wallabies and bandicoots are just some of the native animals you might spot, and southern right whales can be seen along the coast from Sept to Nov.


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