Honeymoon Pool camping areas

Camping fee Disabled Drinking water Information No dogs/pets Non-vehicle camping Picnic area Ranger Toilets Vehicle-based camping Wood fireplace Canoeing Cycling Fishing Hiking trails Swimming Walking trails

These small camping areas set in the shady forest beside the Lower Collie River have a good range of basic facilities in a beautiful natural environment. Swimming and canoeing in the river are popular activities here, as is bushwalking through the magnificent jarrah forest. On River Rd via Wellington Dam and Coalfields rds, west of Collie. Bring your own firewood.


Who to contact: DEC Collie (08) 9735 1988 Camping fees: fees collected on-site

This campsite is located in Wellington National Park

Whether you enjoy spending your summer days lazing by a gently flowing river or tranquil lake, or prefer the more athletic pursuits of cycling, swimming and bushwalking, Wellington National Park is for you. To the west of Collie, the national park also offers fishing and canoeing, and in spring visitors can enjoy a wonderful wildflower display. The park’s central feature is the beautiful Collie River valley, with its ancient gorge behind Wellington Dam. You’ll need to bring a gas/fuel stove from Dec–Mar due to solid-fuel fire bans; dates can change annually, so check with the DEC before setting a fire.

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