The best camping near Greater Preston National Park

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At One With Nature (Adults)

11 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents150 acres · Brazier, WA
A place you can be totally immersed in all that Nature has to offer. Our individual sites are 100's of metres apart so you wont be close to anyone else. Tall trees and open areas where your free to roam around and explore 150 acres of private land. Enjoy fabulous views, glorious sunsets and challenging walks. There are 2 dams. Great location for mountain bikes or walks, swimming. Take the dinghy for a perfect romantic picnic on the water. Corporate team building exercise available by request only. Campsites large enough to cater for groups. Privacy, space, fresh air and solitude go alongside with nature's own free ranging kangaroo's and birdlife. We grow Organic vegetables which are available for you to purchase. We offer campsites with fire pits and free wood (available to use when fire restrictions allow only) Star gazing without light interference. We back onto State Forest so you can feel totally at one with nature. 6 sites available and you are welcome to choose on arrival when available, certain sites only accessible with 4wd, others can accommodate caravans and 2wd, please let us know your configuration when requesting to book. 'THE BUS STOP' INDIVIDUAL PRIVATE LUXURY ACCOMMODATION When you just want some quiet time alone or get away from daily life, this place will give you the peace and tranquility you desire, yet still have the luxury of a hotel. Please see our seperate listing for this accommodation. Welcome hamper and breakfast supplied. COVID SAFE PRACTICES - ZERO CONTACT FOR CAMPING GUESTS. Please note that we have a link to our booking terms and conditions. When you book, you accept our terms and conditions of entry to the property.
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Blackwood River Estate

7 sites · RVs, Tents200 acres · Benjinup, WA
Located in the picturesque Blackwood River Valley of South Western Australia, the farm boasts 200 acres of open pasture and rich soil making it ideal to raise sheep naturally. Our farm is in the shire of Boyup Brook located in the picturesque Blackwood River Valley in Southern Western Australia. "Booyup" refers the Aboriginal term for "place of big stones" or "place of big smoke". Book your unique stay with us! Suitable for the adventurous spirit who is looking for unrestricted access to walk, run or cycle by day and star gazing by night. Why not book a camping weekend on the farm or even a week to explore the Blackwood River Valley? Unrestricted access to walk, run or even cycle the 200 acre farm. The Nollajup Nature Reserve borders the farm on two sides with the Blackwood River accessible for fishing or kayaking from Boyup Brook or Bridgetown.
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Amber Ridge Estate

8 sites · RVs, Tents68 acres · Paynedale, WA
A 68-acre peaceful retreat nestled within State Forest, a short drive from Donnybrook. We are one of only two properties in this small, isolated pocket. We have three sites available for self-contained campers, and one site that offers bathroom facilities. Stay here and enjoy the peace and tranquillity of your surroundings over a glass of wine from one of the local wineries or head out and explore the beautiful Geographe Wine Region. Redgum Hill Nestled in amongst the red gums on an elevated position near the edge of the property, you will be camping next to the old hay shed. The birdlife here is amazing, with red tailed cockatoos and honeyeaters amongst others frequently visiting. Please take care whilst exploring around this area, there are some deep rabbit warrens around the hay shed, which can be hidden in the grass in winter. This site has no facilities, self-contained campers/vans only. Valley Vista Valley Vista is a private and secluded haven, on an elevated spot backed onto state forest looking down over the valley, with arguably the best views of the farm. This site has no facilities, self-contained campers/vans only. Creek Junction Creek Junction is a peaceful area by the creek line nestled in amongst the trees, where the gully running down the hill meets the creek. One of our three dams is hidden in amongst the tea tree bushes nearby. You can see the house from this campsite, but it is far enough away that privacy is not an issue. This site has no facilities, self-contained campers/vans only. Please be aware, all of our dams are seasonal and will be very low in the summer months. We also recommend that you do not swim in them. Shed Pad with bathroom Shed Pad is a powered site (15 amp) situated next to the main shed with bathroom facilities, including a flushing toilet. This site is relatively flat, perfect for a couple of tents or two medium/one large caravan. It overlooks neighbouring paddocks and state forest. Please note, this site has a two-night minimum stay requirement. Base price covers two people.
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AU$18
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Lake Kepwari Getaway

2 sites · RVs, Tents494 acres · Collie, WA
Our farm offers campers prime water frontage onto Lake Kepwari, a man-made lake that is fed with water from the Collie River, perfect for water-based activities and lakeside camping. Bring your mountain bikes, go for a walk along the lake's edge, or bring your kayak/canoe and head out for a paddle. The lake is great for a spot of fishing too. We do not provide toilet/shower facilities, so campers need to be self-contained, however, we can help arrange portaloo hire for larger groups should you require it.
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Lewana Campsites

5 sites · RVs, Tents100 acres · Southampton, WA
Lewana is a historic ex forestry workers estate located on the Blackwood River and Tourist Route 251 between Balingup and Nannup. The 100 acre property is situated amongst state and pine forest and the parkland setting has over 50 different trees varieties creating a beautiful place to stay at any time of year. Lewana is the ideal place to base yourself to enjoy the picturesque region of Balingup and the surrounding areas including Donnybrook, Nannup and Bridgetown. Surrounded by orchards and award-winning wineries there is plenty to do during your stay. Experience nature by walking part of the Bibbulmun Track or cycle a section of the Mundi Bibbi Track, you can even kayak on the Blackwood River from historic Wrights Bridge. Please note: no campfires between 1st Nov and 26th April subject to Shire ruling. Dog friendly, strictly by prior arrangement only. Shower available adjacent to the old barn, communal fire pit & gas BBQ. No generators or trail bikes allowed. Coffee Cart open when guests staying with us
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Haddlestone Farm

11 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents500 acres · Trigwell, WA
Trigwell is a small rural location 256 km from Perth. We have a lovely peaceful working farm of 500 acres to explore with undulating hills with horses, cattle, sheep, and plenty of wildlife. There is a good chance of them joining you too! Boyup Brook is just down the road with a sporting club, pool, museum, great little shops, and a local IGA. There is Trigwell Reserve and Haddleston Springs on our doorstep, so many walk trails and things to explore. Harvey Dickson rodeo and the Boyup Brook country music festival is a great drawcard every year. We offer two options to enjoy this beautiful place: A camping area, and a cottage. Plenty of room to set up camp in the camping area of the proeprty, so choose when you get here. Sit around a campfire (restrictions for fire season, of course) watch a gorgeous sunset, and enjoy a BBQ with a drink in hand. No toilet for campers, so you'll need to be self-sufficient with your own camp toilet and take all waste with you when you leave. The cottage is cute and rustic, and has everything you need for a comfortable farm stay. The Blackwood River is also very close to our place, and Lake Towerrinning is an amazing place to swim , paddle or ski ( approx 20km )At Trigwell Bridge you have access to the riverside which is great for canoeing through to Boyup Brook. Dogs are welcome (campsite only, possibly cottage on request) but please keep them on leash at all times. Drinking water is available on request and firewood is provided for free. Please note there is approximately 25kms of gravel road . If you come in Boyup Brook way thru to Dinninup , there's only a couple of km. Also there is a total fire ban at the moment and the dam is unsuitable to swim in af present. Hope you love our place as much as we do!
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Parkland Bush Camp Mapanap

7 sites · RVs, Tents160 acres · Thomson Brook, WA
This is a parkland area, with both trees and open areas. It does have quite a bit of wildlife as in Kangaroos, possums and bird life. This camping area is a couple of km's (walking distance) to state forest with The Munda bindi bike trail and Bibbulmun walking track.Campfires permitted within local regulations - not over summer.Pets welcome but please ask prior to booking as we have livestock. Must be kept on a lead when approved by host. There are no amenities here, campers must be self contained and leave no trace. f your looking for a real rural experience with beautiful forest to wake up in this is the place. Close enough to Donnybrook if you need it but hidden away as well. Donnybrook is a town situated between Boyanup and Kirup on the South Western Highway, 210 kilometres south of Perth. 
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Wild Fig Farm

6 sites · RVs40 acres · Brookhampton, WA
Our farm property is nestled in a generally quiet Valley just out of Donnybrook and we are often attending to many and varied farm chores such as milking the goats and feeding out. With the towns of Bunbury,Collie and Ballingup nearby-there is much to be explored with the Bibbulmum track access close plus a Recreational Centre in Donnybrook for swimming or sport Collie offers many swimming and boating options as does Bunbury. Plus Bridgetown is a short drive away and hosts the fabulous Blackwood river for swimming, boating and fishing with many lovely shops & eateries to explore Our farm has orchards,goats,chickens,sheep plus a working pottery studio,it is nestled up a quiet valley with a lovely farm walk that boasts great valley views. We are part of the Geographe Wine region with many very creditable wineries close by.
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Cosy Caravan in Nature

3 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents83 acres · Balingup, WA
Kangamia is a beautiful re-vegetated permaculture-style property planted over 35 years. Plantings include; Two hardwood timber plantations, a beautiful oak grove, a lovely olive grove, a bambooserie, citrus and macadamia orchards, and of course, the picturesque dam. The property is home to amazing bird life and absolute tranquility.Our location also offers the most magical starry skies on a clear night. It's a total escape from the worries of the world.Well-behaved four-legged friends are allowed to stay too! Just please ensure they don't don't chase the wildlife or our sheep.
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Something Different

2 sites · Lodging50 acres · Lowden, WA
Something Different is a large machinery shed that has been converted into a comfortable holiday house with three bedrooms and one bathroom (extra toilet outside) and huge living spaces. You can really kick back here and relax! The walls and ceilings have been extensively insulated. There is a wood heater in the kitchen and another one in the main part of the Shed so it can be kept nice and cosy despite its size! You can drive your car/van inside the shed if you wish or park it under any of the many surrounding trees. The Shed sleeps 10 in total (base price covers all 10), with 1 queen and 1 single bed in one room, 1 dbl bed and 2 single beds in another room, and 1 queen bed and 1 single bed in a third room. All linen, towels, etc. are provided. If you have more people, they are welcome to pitch a tent or park their caravan on the grounds around the shed. For a large group (say 10 plus) we charge an extra $20 (total) to cover the extra power you will need. There's a chook yard/dog yard with 2 kennels outside but you're welcome to have your dog (not chooks) inside the Shed. There is a general store just 2km up the road, ideal for essentials and a few supplies. 14km from Donnybrook 37km from Collie
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Murray Valley Camping

10 sites · RVs, Tents50 acres · Bunbury, WA
Murray Valley Camping features campsites that are completely open in nature. Each site is close to the Murray River and is surrounded by nature, so you truly feel far away from the world. The property is close to the famous Bibbulmun track, with Harvey and Boddington equal distances away, so options to explore the region easily. Campers can go for walks along the river, relax, and enjoy the sounds of nature. Throw your kayak in for a paddle. Throw a line in and try your luck fishing. As the day slips away, catch a beautiful sunset, as you toast marshmallows by the campfire (outside of fire restriction times). There are no toilets or amenities, so all campers need to be fully self-contained in that respect, with their own camp toilet and water, and we ask you to take all waste when you go. There’s also no cell reception at the sites. There is background noise from the nearby conveyer belt that goes on and off randomly. Some people take it as soothing white noise while others think it’s overbearing. Pet-friendly, so you're welcome to bring your four-legged friend along. Unplug from everyday life, escape and reconnect with friends and family in nature.
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Nannup Lavender Tranquil Campground

8 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents2 acres · Carlotta, WA
Situated in the centre of the south west between Margaret River and Pemberton, our farm is a great base to experience the best of this wonderful area. Surrounded by forests and farmland, central to the Munda Biddi Bike trail - you can drink in nature! We have flat grassy areas under trees for camping, inside and outside showers, toilets, camp kitchen with BBQ, small fridge, electric frypan and small camp stove, washing machine and device charging facilities. Sorry dogs are not permitted We can take tents, camper trailers, RV's and small caravans up to about 8 m is OK. We do not have power to the campsite. The camp ground is on a working lavender farm and farming activities may be happening. The lavender farm shop and cafe is open Friday to Sundays (closed February and Match) but campers can purchase lavender products on request. Transport to the Munda Biddi or Bibbulman Track is available. Camp fires in season (Usually May to September) and weather permitting. Breakfast Basket or BBQ packs available thee are cook your own we supply all the ingredients and tools
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The best camping near Greater Preston National Park guide

Overview

About

Embark on an adventure through the serene expanse of Preston National Park, where the ancient Jarrah forest beckons with its majestic beauty. Wander along the Bibbulmun Track, immersing yourself in the vibrant wildflowers that flourish in Djilba and Kambarang. With no camping facilities, the park offers a pure, undisturbed natural experience for day-trippers and bushwalkers alike.

When to go

The best time to visit Preston National Park is during the wildflower season in Djilba and Kambarang, when the landscape transforms into a kaleidoscope of colour. Avoid the peak of summer, as the heat can be intense and the risk of bushfires is higher. Early autumn and late spring offer pleasant temperatures for exploring.

Know before you go

  • Ensure you have a personal location beacon (PLB) for safety, as the park is remote and rescue may be required.
  • Be aware that no dogs or other pets are allowed within the park to protect the native wildlife.
  • Entry to Preston National Park is free, making it an accessible adventure for all.
  • There are no visitor facilities, so come prepared with water, food, and first-aid supplies.
  • Respect the traditional owners, the Kaniyang and Wiilman people, by acknowledging their connection to the land.

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