Surrounded by forest is where you will find the picturesque Glen Mervyn Dam.

Located only 30 minutes east of Donnybrook and 40 minutes north of Boyup Brook, Glen Mervyn Dam and is a popular water-skiing and swimming spot. You can also enjoy kayaking, camping, and fishing for rainbow trout, redfin perch or marron (in season) in Glen Mervyn Dam.

When full, the dam covers and area of around 34 hectares, there is plenty of wildlife to see and the Bibbulmun Track crosses over the dam wall to the south.

Spend hours of your day exploring the water of Glen Mervyn Dam, taking in the peace and tranquillity of the surrounding forests, enjoying tranquil waters and discovering wildlife along the way.

– Skiing is sometimes prohibited in the dam due to low water levels.
– Camping is permitted on the western shore of the dam where a toilet is provided.
– On the eastern shore toilets and picnic tables are provided in the day-use picnic area and near the dam wall.
– A toilet is also located at the boat ramp.
– Camp and cooking fires are not permitted at Glen Mervyn, so make sure you pack a gas camp stove.
– Access to the western shore is via a narrow unsealed track and consequently is not designed for towing caravans.
– Dogs on leads are allowed, but keep in mind that fox baiting occurs nearby.
– Most banks of the dam require a 4WD to access however there are some areas accessible by 2WD.