Yeagarup Hut, a bookable campsite accessible only by 4WD, is located on the South side of the Yeagarup Dunes in the D’Entrecasteaux National Park.

The Hut is located around a 45min drive from Pemberton township, on the south side of the Yeagarup Dune system, the largest landlocked dune system of their type in the Southern Hemisphere. From the hut it is a 6km 4WD drive to the Southern Ocean and the mouth of the Warren River.

As the river winds through to the coast, campers have the opportunity to swim, canoe, fish, 4WD and adventure with their family or group. The site is a perfect base to walk or 4WD the Oilwell track to the Warren River. Every season offers a new experience, from rugging up around the campfire in Winter to Spring wildflower season, as well as Summer swimming, fishing and seasonal marroning in the Warren River. Of course you can also just kick back and simply enjoy the amazing Autumn ‘down south’ weather!

A secure and secluded site, Yeagarup Hut has everything you need:

  • You, and your friends have it all to yourselves and the hut can cater for groups of up to 40 people.
  • 2 large unsecured rooms at the rear of the hut suitable each for a family or 5 adults.
  • A gas BBQ and a wood BBQ ring (seasonal)
  • Double sink available for kitchen with dish strainer
  • Preparation benches available to prepare food- BYO chopping board
  • 2 large undercover tables with bench seating
  • Hot water system for showers.
  • During fire season, please bring your own wood – as wood is not available from the bush – you must bring your own firewood.
  • Cleaning material provided. You are required to leave it clean and as found on departure. There is a cleaning bond which will be returned once checked on depart


Yeagarup Hut is managed on behalf of the Parks and Wildlife Service by Pemberton Discovery Tours and to stay you must book by calling Pemberton Discovery Tours on (08) 9776 0484 or by visiting their website. Should you wish to hire tents, stretchers or kitchen equipment please speak to the team at Pemberton Discovery Tours who can organise this to be there for you prior to your arrival.

Need to know

Dog Friendly

No pets allowed

Park Entry Fee

Standard park entry fees apply for D'Entrecasteaux National Park.


Toilets are available.

Family Friendly

Yes, children are welcome


Sleeping Shelter
Picnic Table