Black Point camping area

4WD Camper trailer Camping fee Day use fee No dogs/pets Ranger Toilets Vehicle-based camping Wood fireplace Fishing Swimming Walking trails

Black Point is the most northerly campsite in the park, with stunning coastal scenery providing the backdrop for keen anglers and surfers. It’s 70 km south-west of Nannup via Black Point Rd, which is closed from May till after Jan; use Woodarburrup Rd off Milyeannup Coast Rd instead. From the access track 22 km south-east from Milyeannup Coast and Woodarburrup rds, it is 2 km south to the camping areas. Bring your own drinking water.

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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