Situated in the southwest of WA, just 4km from Northcliffe with bitumen road frontage, is the Northcliffe Nature Park. Wander through the natural bush land or just take in the beautiful rural views that this nature park has to offer.
There are many things to do in the area such as visits to lane pool falls, the Boorara tree, mount Chudalup, Windy Harbour, take advantage of the many 4WD tracks through the d’Encastraux National Park or catch up with some of the local history at the Northcliffe Museum. Pemberton is also close by and offers winery visits with long relaxing lunches.
This park caters for only fully self-contained Travellers, so therefore must provide their own toilet, shower, water and cooking facilities. We do provide rubbish disposal and your pets are welcome, but we do ask that you clean up after them. The nearest dump point for waste disposal and potable water is at the Northcliffe Visitor Centre.
Your hosts, Shane and Lynn are happy to chat about the area and points of interest as Shane is a descent of two of the original pioneering families, he has a vast knowledge of the region and can tell a story or two.