Belvidere camping ground

Camper trailer Camping fee Caravan access Disabled Information No dogs/pets Picnic area Ranger Toilets Vehicle-based camping Wood fireplace Cycling Fishing Lookout Swimming Walking trails

Belvidere has a good range of facilities in a relaxing beach environment, 20 km north of Australind; you need to bring firewood and drinking water, though. An interpretation trail here explains the history of the area. The camping ground is south of Buffalo Rd off Old Coast Rd.


Who to contact: DEC Collie (08) 9735 1988

This campsite is located in Leschenault Peninsula Conservation Park

Leschenault Peninsula Conservation Park is bounded on one side by the Indian Ocean and by the Leschenault Estuary on the other. Its long, white beaches are very popular for fishing, snorkelling and diving. The park is renowned for birdwatching, with over 60 bird species recorded, and the peppermint and tuart woodlands are home to brushtail and ringtail possums. Access to Leschenault Peninsula Conservation Park is from the north via Buffalo Rd, 10 km north of Australind off the Old Coast Rd. The park is accessible by 2WD vehicles, but if you’re bringing a caravan you need to check road conditions first.

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