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    Banksia Camp is a great choice for a family holiday, with camping and fishing and spectacular coastal views across to Chatham Island.

    Banksia Camp

    Banksia Campground, State Route 3, Broke WA
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    Beedelup Falls soothing water flow adorns the enchanting world of giant stands of karri, as well as smaller pockets of jarrah and marri trees.

    Beedelup Falls

    Beedelup Falls, Beedelup National Park, Beedelup WA
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    Black Point is a massive outcrop of hexagonal basalt columns formed 135 million years ago by volcanic lava flow.

    Black Point

    Black Point, Black Point Road, Lake Jasper WA
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    It’s first come, first served to camp near this incredible rock formation and to enjoy fishing or surfing.

    Black Point Campgrounds

    Seal Cove Campsite, Black Point Road, Lake Jasper WA
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    Launch your canoe or kayak here for a leisurely paddle on the Warren River.

    Blackbutt

    Maidan Bush Trail, Yeagarup WA 6260
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    Broke Inlet is a large, shallow estuary which is seasonally open to the Southern Ocean.

    Broke Inlet

    Broke Inlet, Broke WA
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    Coodamurrup Hut is a relic from the pastoral era and camping is provided in a nearby peppermint woodland.

    Coodamurrup Hut Campground

    Coodamurrup Hut Campground
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    Crystal Springs, once a stop on the stockman’s route, now is a place to rest at this lovely camping area.

    Crystal Springs Campground

    Crystal Springs Campsite, Mandalay Beach Road, Broke WA
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    Spoiled for choice of beaches to discover along this park’s 130km coastline. Backed by limestone cliffs, large dunes and pounded by waves from the mighty Southern Ocean, these beaches are only accessible by four-wheel drive but are well worth the visit.

    D’Entrecasteaux Beaches

    D'Entrecasteaux National Park, D'Entrecasteaux Drive, Windy Harbour WA
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    An impressive name for an impressive park – explore huge mobile sand dunes, volcanic rock columns by the sea, see a shipwreck, freshwater lakes and so much more.

    D’Entrecasteaux National Park

    D'Entrecasteaux National Park, D'Entrecasteaux Drive, Windy Harbour WA
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    Test your nerve and climb 65m up this enormous karri tree and into the forest canopy.

    Dave Evans Bicentennial Tree

    Dave Evans Bicentennial Tree, Yeagarup WA
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    Launch a private vessel or join a chartered tour to make your way downstream to the mouth of the Donnelly River.

    Donnelly Boat Landing

    Donnelly River Boat Ramp, Boat Landing Road, Yeagarup WA
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    Experience a night in the karri forest at Drafty’s Camp. Two camping loops with shady campsites are scattered along the Warren River under the karri and marri trees.

    Draftys Campground

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    Part of the Karri Forest Explorer. There is a shelter with information about the fight to keep the Giblett area from being logged.

    Giblett

    Stoney Crossing Road, Beedelup
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    Walk, mountain bike and drive in the picturesque forest. While you’re here, climb the State’s most famous tree, if you dare!

    Gloucester National Park

    Gloucester National Park, Burma Road, Pemberton WA
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    Walk under towering trees into an enchanting forest.

    Greater Beedelup National Park

    Greater Beedelup National Park, Reeve Road, Beedelup WA
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    The roaring rapids of the Heartbreak Crossing make an excellent backdrop for your picnic.

    Heartbreak Crossing

    Heartbreak Trail, Heart Break Trail, Yeagarup WA 6260
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    The Karri Forest Explorer Drive winds through some of the south-west’s most magnificent karri forest.

    Karri Forest Explorer

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    Come for a paddle, stay for the night and experience Lake Jasper at sunrise

    Lake Jasper Campground

    Lake Jasper Campground, Lake Jasper WA
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    Leaning Marri Campground offers six shady single campsites and one group campsite with a shared shelter

    Leaning Marri Campground

    Leaning Marri Campsite, Brockman St, Pemberton WA
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    A pretty stop for a picnic. You can also launch a canoe, go for a walk along the river or just sit and watch the river flow by..

    Maiden Bush

    Heartbreak Trail, Heart Break Trail, Yeagarup WA 6260
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    Named after the Norwegian barque Mandalay, wrecked there in 1911, Mandalay Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in the Walpole area.

    Mandalay Beach

    Mandalay Beach, Western Australia
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    This huge misshapen karri tree is named after the English artist who painted it in 1880. Her painting hangs in the Marianne North Gallery at the Kew Botanic Gardens in London.

    Marianne North Tree

    Old Vasse Road, Yeagarup WA 6260
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    Enjoy the 360 degree views of the surrounding forest, heathlands, coast and the magnificent Yeagarup Dunes from the top of this granite monadnock

    Mount Chudalup

    Mount Chudalup, Windy Harbour WA
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    Experience the best of the south-west’s wild, windswept coast at Point D’Entrecasteaux from several cliff top lookout platforms

    Point D’Entrecasteaux

    Point d’Entrecasteaux, D’Entrecasteaux Drive, Windy Harbour WA
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    You can wander among stands of marri trees, have a picnic or enjoy the wildflowers in Spring. Listen to the sounds of the forest, breathe in the clean air, and be still… it is good for you!

    Pure Marri

    Beedelup Road, Beedelup WA 6260
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    Walk along a beach with thundering surf beneath rugged cliffs or take in the dramatic coastal scenery from numerous lookouts

    Salmon Beach

    Salmon Beach, Western Australia
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    A beautiful beach for a picnic, a spot of fishing and a safe place for swimming. Perfect for a family day out.

    Sandy Beach

    Sandy Beach, Broke WA
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    This pretty dam was once the water supply for the Shannon Mill and town. A great spot for canoeing, kayaking, swimming, cycling and bush walking.

    Shannon Dam

    Shannon Dam, Lake Muir WA
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    Shannon Horse Camp is a large fenced area for camping with horses at the trailhead for the Shannon National Park bridle trails.

    Shannon Horse Camp

    Shannon National Park Campground, Shannon WA
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    Have you ever had the wild idea of taking your horse camping? Well now you can. Saddle up and ride into Shannon National Park!

    Shannon National Park

    Shannon National Park, Lower Shannon Road, Shannon WA
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    Shannon is a large campground close to the South Western Highway in the Southern Forests. Booking Bookings are essential and …

    Shannon National Park Campground

    Shannon National Park Campground, Shannon WA
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    Snake Gully Lookout

    Snake Gully Lookout, Deeside Coast Road, Shannon WA
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    The Lefroy Brook at the Cascades changes from a gentle flow in the summer to a raging torrent in the …

    The Cascades

    Cascades, Collins WA
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    Tone-Perup is a secluded nature reserve covering 56,000 hectares in the South West. Extensive jarrah and wandoo forests provide habitat …

    Tone-Perup Nature Reserve

    Tone-perup Nature Reserve, Western Australia
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    Soak up the stunning views of the Southern Ocean crashing against the shore from the clifftop at Tookulup.

    Tookulup

    Tookulup Lookout, Windy Harbour WA
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    Warren campground has six secluded campsites tucked away in the forest.

    Warren Campground

    Warren Campground, Heart Break Trail, Yeagarup WA
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    This lookout provides sweeping views down the steep valley to the Warren River below.

    Warren Lookout

    Warren River Lookout, Maiden Bush Trail, Yeagarup WA
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    Explore the land of gentle giants in the southern forests and breathe in a lung-full of fresh karri air

    Warren National Park

    Warren National Park, Heart Break Trail, Yeagarup WA
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    Windy Harbour provides visitors with a safe harbour, on a wild coastline and rewarding fishing with stunning views of the Southern Ocean.

    Windy Harbour

    Windy Harbour WA
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    Enjoy magnificent views of the lake and nearby Yeagarup dunes from the boardwalk.

    Yeagarup

    Yeagerup Dunes, Yeagarup WA
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    The Hut is a spacious shelter with enclosed sleeping areas, picnic tables and toilets.

    Yeagarup Hut

    Yeagarup Hut, Ritter Rd, Yeagarup WA
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