Chuditch camping area
This forest site is suitable for small caravans or camper trailers and has a good range of facilities. It’s 16 km from Dwellingup following Nanga and Park rds, 8.5 km south-east of the reserve entry off Murray Valley Rd. To get to the reserve entry, take Bobs Crossing off River Rd. Tank water is limited, and needs to be boiled or treated before use, so it’s best to bring your own. No fires are allowed here. Bookings are essential.
Who to contact: DEC Dwellingup (08) 9538 1078 How to book: online bookings at www.dec.wa.gov.au/campgrounds for Charlies Flat camping area, Chuditch camping area, Stringers camping area, Tonys Bend camping area, Yarragil camping area
This campsite is located in Lane Poole Reserve
Lane Poole Reserve, just south of Dwellingup, covers nearly 55 000 ha of steeply forested valley slopes and undulating woodlands inhabited by abundant wildlife, including diminutive quolls and quokkas. The Murray River runs through the reserve and its ever-changing landscape is ideal for swimming, fishing and canoeing. Bushwalking and picnicking are other popular activities in the reserve, where spring wildflower displays delight all those who visit. Note: a fire ban applies 15 Dec–31 Mar, when you need to bring your own gas/fuel stove; check with the DEC before lighting a fire as dates can change annually. Bring your own water and firewood, as wood must not be collected within the reserve. Fox baiting is common, so dogs need to be on leash.
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