The best camping near Wellington National Park

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Drakesbrook WinesVineyard Lake

3 sites · RVs, Tents100 acres · Waroona, WA
Continuously flowing, ‘the Drakesbrook’ is a small river running through our family farm in Waroona. We are an artisan creator of quality table wines, specialising in alternate and emerging varieties. Come and visit! We welcome visitors to park their van or pitch a tent in a cleared area surrounded by bush-land, less than 200 meters from our lakeside picnic area and cellar door. We have BBQ facilities available that are free to use if purchasing wine or a nominal fee if not. Swimming is not permitted in our dam but there are two large freshwater lakes nearby where swimming is permitted. Smoking is not permitted anywhere near licensed area. There are plenty of walking trails and bike tracks in the locality to explore, they also run adjacent to a large freshwater ski lake. Guests must be fully self contained with their own toilet/shower facilities and must take all waste/rubbish with them on departure. Coffee and snacks are available in cellar door along with cheese platters and Ploughmans lunches on pre order.
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Perron Estate Camping

7 sites · RVs, Tents140 acres · Brunswick, WA
PERRON ESTATE CAMPING $40 PER NIGHT FOR EACH VAN, MOTORHOME, CAMPER TRAILER OR TENT. GROUP BOOKINGS MOST WELCOME ADD YOUR FRIENDS OR FAMILY TO YOUR SITE UNDER EXTRA’S IN THE BOOKING CHECKOUT SECTION ALL VANS/MOTORHOME/ CAMPER TRAILER/TENT $40 PER NIGHT EACH. IN EXTRA’S ADD THE NUMBER OF NIGHTS, 1 UNIT IS 1 NIGHT IF YOU REQUIRE FURTHER NIGHTS PLEASE ADD EXTRA UNITS. 🙅‍♂️ PLEASE NO GROUND SHEETS OR MATTING 🙅‍♀️ We have lawned site’s ground sheets and matting kills off our lawn please refrain from using on our property. COW FEEDING $10 Per person add in extras on checkout🐂🐂🐂🐂 Come Relax and leave your worries behind. We are a stress free zone just a 1.5 hour drive from Perth where you can take time out to bring yourself back to nature. We have huge open spaces and amazing country fresh air and range free kangaroos, birds and wildlife. Take a bush walk to fully immerse yourself into the natural beauty of our property. Our bush setting is perfect for those who want to pitch a tent and nestle into nature. We have open paddocks with old peppermint tree’s that are perfect for those with Van’s and RV’s. All our sites are well spaced for your privacy and tranquility. Perron Estate is a working farm where you will see cattle grazing and you can meet our 3 Highland cow’s they are adorable and you can come feed them $10.00 per person add to your booking checkout. There is a large fresh water dam to cool off in or paddle on bring your canoe’s and in the evenings you can enjoy the night and gaze up at the star filled sky. We are close to the amazing Brunswick historic pub, which is a must visit as the food is amazing best pub grub around. We are within easy reach of the Wellington National Park where you will find a number of excellent hiking and riding trails. It is also home of the Wellington Dam which has a 8,000-square-metre mural spread across the dam wall, it is well worth a visit. We are 15 minutes from Bunbury which has plenty of great cafes and beautiful beaches. Just 5 minutes from our local shops Campers must bring their own camping toilet and take all waste and rubbish with them on departure. Pets on a leash are very welcome. Come book your stay with us at Perron Estate we look forward to welcoming you. TOTAL FIRE BAN IN PLACE PLEASE NO FIRES.
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Murray Valley Camping

10 sites · RVs, Tents50 acres · Bunbury, WA
✨It’s camp fire season 🔥🏕⛺️ Come on down and relax with your friends and family by a nice, warm fire on these chilly nights 🥶. We’ve got fire pits at each sites and firewood for sale ($15 per bag) plus plenty to pick up around the sites✨ 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 rest of 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 at 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 little to 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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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 10th May 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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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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Nanga River Retreat, Dwellingup.

3 sites · RVs, Tents40 acres · Nanga Brook, WA
An important note before we start, due to the most recent dog attack, resulting in the loss of highly prized breeding stock, direct supervision will no longer suffice; Animal containment has always been considered a primary site rule, and now physical restraint is absolutely essential at all times. You can use leads, rope runs, portable yards, whatever you like, but dont let this old farmboy see your dog running around loose, especially with one of our poultry in its gob, it will not end well. If your dog doesnt like being contained, leave it at home. On a better note… Check out our new Facebook page at @NangaRiverRetreat! Now to the property description; We have a beautiful and secluded site to offer, right on the banks of the Murray River and deep in the heart of the Dwellingup State Forest. All bookings here are exclusive, so whatever pass-time you choose will be the sole theme of your stay. An excellent and inspiring spot for artists, with a hundred views worth capturing in any form from charcoal thru oil, to digital. Many wonderfully tranquil places to sit and ponder, draw, write, and wonder. Truely 'En plein air' Amazing birdwatching here, with highly populated tree lines and shrubby areas surrounding and throughout the property. Superb Star gazing opportunities too, with wide open and un-interrupted views of the night sky in every direction, from various vantage points available around this lovely 40 acres of beautiful river front property. Nanga River Retreat is an outdoor adventurer's dream, with truly wild forest country to be found between the property and the river in many places. 🌲 The heart of the last real Jarrah-forest is right here for you to explore, with canoeing, kayaking, swimming, fishing, hiking, and biking all great ways to spend your time here. In fact, if youre into bikes, you'll be happy to know there's quite a few things around town to amuse you. Firstly, it's only 10 minutes to a great local skate park and pump track, one that lures riders of bikes n boards alike of every skill level and from all around. Its a family friendly arena and boasts a really good playground right there on site for the little ones (and right next to Way Points Cafe for the not so little...). A bit further out is the Turner Hill bike track, and of course from town there is local access to the world famous MundaBiddi trail. Also, and much closer to home, is the Murray Valley Trails Mountain-Bike Area, and as the crow flies its only around 2kms away. Western Australia's newest and best mountain bike trail area, with 35kms of single-track MTB trails, varying from Easy rolls around Lane Poole Reserve, to Difficult and fast black diamond downhill runs for those brave souls who dare it. Check out Murray Valley Trails online. If bikes are not your thing, or for anyone that just wants to tap into their inner primate, Trees Adventures Dwellingup is only a short drive over the hill (just 5.5kms from the gate) and is an incredible day out with the kids. Actually its an incredible day out for anyone with the rightly mixed senses of adventure and humour. This is a blast, its much more fun than it might sound like, and we highly recommend it! Dwellingup is known as 'The place that trails meet', and there is local access to a seemingly endless selection of walk paths, bridle trails, and bike tracks of every description. There's plenty an orienteering challenge that also awaits, 🧭 this is a perfect part of the scarp for those wandering souls who enjoy getting lost in order to find their way... We love all animals here at Nanga River Retreat and we'd love for you (by pre-arrangement please) to bring yours along. We enjoy an abundance of wildlife traffic through the property, and even have quite the zoo ourselves, with chickens and ducks, pigs and sometimes sheep to be found around the place. A couple of cats, some fish, all sorts... (dont forget to bring your little yellow bags please guys) We would love to see all the Witches, Wiccans, and various other Weirdos out there come on down, and we encourage you to book in for a spell. (pun intended) You'll fit right in. 🧙‍♀️ We invite discreet devotees of herbs, mushrooms, and all things magical to visit for a while, you will absolutely love it here, with privacy you just cannot get at the park 🤙 So beautiful people, come and find yourself, or maybe lose yourself, down by the river in Dwellingup, forget Camp Granada, (yes, we're that old...) forest getaways dont get much better than this one. So, social drinkers, social smokers, and all deep thinkers are definitely welcome, and when you get here, we can either mingle and chat, or your time and space can be your very own, that's entirely up to you, BUT! We dont want 'The Party People' here. Sorry. We dont need you to act Amish, within reason you can drink smoke sing celebrate, have your tunes, whatever, but this is the wrong venue for running amok. Loud drunkenness, anti-social behaviour, and rude misconduct will lead to eviction without refund, and reporting to Hipcamp. Also, and sorry about this one too folks, but no ripping around out here on anything with an engine. No off-roading. No motor bikes, quads, buggies, or any other form of self-powered transport in the dirt. In-fact while you're here, any sort of hooning on the property will lead to eviction without refund and reporting to Hipcamp. However all you mad mud mashers out there, for those that do want to go somewhere and get tractionally challenged, you'll only be a short drive from the famous Captain Fawcett 4x4 track, (about 1/4 hour away), and we are sure that down there you can get all the off-roading you want to, right out of your system! Check it out online. And of course there's hundreds of bush tracks all around here. So folks, the idea of this campsite and indeed of the entire property, is that it's intended as a tranquil and quiet retreat for those that wish it to be so. This is how we want it too, and this atmosphere of a quiet getaway must be observed by all comers please. Thanks for understanding. A small advice for those bringing children, in fact for anyone that intends to swim in or be beside the water, this is a wild and unfenced river access area and all care should be taken in supervision. Please see the site rules. One more thing, feel free to contact us via Hipcamp if you're interested in staying here but for some reason fall outside of the site parameters listed on this add. You might have a late arriver that needs to bring a third vehicle, your bus might be 1/2 a metre longer than the sites drop box allows for, or maybe you dont own a telly and have 7 kids you need to bring? Whatever it is, dont sweat it. Get in touch and run it by us, we're pretty flexible and in most cases will be willing to accommodate your needs. And remember, this is camping by the river, not glamping by the pool! We hope to hear from you soon, and we know you're going to love your stay whatever your endeavour while you're here. Kind regards, your hosts, Shane n Deeg. ✌️ 🙏 🏳️‍🌈 ps; we have developed a small welcome pack that includes a little disclaimer about us and this place, some things that we think you might like to do while you're here, and some local attractions that we reckon are well worth a visit sometime during your stay. It's just a few pdf's, and we'll forward them to your email as soon as your booking is finalized, or if you'd prefer we can print them out and supply hard copies. We hope they help you to plan your perfect stay here with us by the Murray. ✌️ Peace out, seeya soon, SnD
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Herron Point Farm Stay

10 sites · RVs, Tents54 acres · West Coolup, WA
Located 5 minutes from the Forrest Highway and less than 10 minutes' drive to the beautiful and popular Herron Point. The farm offers the country lifestyle without travelling for hours. With 54 acres of native bush and pasture, a beautiful dam with an island combined with an abundance of natural wildlife. Come and enjoy the delights. The campsites are private with a fire pit provided and you are welcome to collect wood from around the property. Fires are prohibited between 1st Dec and 31st March inclusive. While the main entrance is on Old Bunbury Road, most campsites are accessed from Dutchman Road. We have invested monies earnt back into the sites by way of limestone all weather tracks, fire pits and irrigation for the warmer months which also helps to mitigate the risk and impact of bushfires. The Northern half of the property is a combination of pasture and native trees, while the Southern half is native bush. Guests are welcome to roam the entire property with the exception of the owner's residence and sheds.
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Rose’s Reserve

6 sites · RVs, Tents25 acres · Coolup, WA
Our private campsite is located in Coolup, just over an hour from Perth and 35 minutes from Mandurah. The completely private site (yes just for you) has a flushing toilet and shower and is set on 35 acres in our nature/conservation area within a working farm. Enjoy the beautiful trees and bird life whilst walking the short trails throughout the reserve. In the evenings relax around your campsite and look up at the beautiful star-filled night sky. We are only 15 mins away from Pinjarra and Waroona. Dwellingup - which has an abundance of hiking and biking trails, lookouts, and swimming holes is 30 mins away. Well behaved pets are welcome. Dogs on leash on walking trails. Campfires are allowed but SEASONAL RESTRICTIONS apply and only in the fire pit provided. (NO collecting firewood allowed - Wood is available to purchase )
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Lake Kepwari Getaway

4 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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Harmony Retreat

7 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents25 acres · Meelon, WA
Harmony Retreat is situated on 25 acres at the foothills of the Darling Range Escarpment just 10-15 minutes from Pinjarra and Dwellingup, 7 minutes from the southwest highway, and 3 minutes from Pinjarra-Williams Road. It's an easily accessible and picturesque private property with approximately 7 acres of forest, flushing toilet, hot outdoor shower, a winter creek, a swimmable spring-fed dam, and an abundance of bird and wildlife, nestled between cattle farms in the heart of the Peel region. There are friendly free-ranging chickens, a mischievous mini pig named Peppa (who loves pats), sheep, and family dogs on site. The owners Michelle, Troy, and Carolyne live and work onsite (this is a working farm). We are a family friendly property, so not the place to come if you intend to party. The camping area is easily accessed by most vehicles. There is a hot water outdoor shower and toilet available to use and within walking distance of each site. The dam on the property is currently unfenced and has steep sides when the water line is low, therefore this property is not recommended for those with small and wandering children. Older children will need to be supervised. Friendly dogs are welcome, however, must be kept on a leash at all times. There are no cooking facilities available for guests at present (this could change in the next couple of months as Troy is notorious for making stuff happen lol... so when it does we'll update the information). Therefore you will need to be completely self-sufficient including washing up bucket, cooker, kettle, esky, etc, and also bringing your own drinking water as the water from the taps comes from our spring-fed dam. We do ask that you follow local fire regulations with no outdoor open flames during fire bans. All rubbish and waste needs to be taken with you. However, Peppa the Pig will always appreciate your veggie scraps. Fires are permitted in designated fire pits during fire season. Wood is available for purchase on-site from April/May to October/November. Collecting firewood from the property or forest is not permitted. Firewood Kit's can be purchased for $25 cash upon arrival. This includes firelighters, kindling and 20kg firewood at your site upon arrival ($30 if using EFTPOS to include various fees). We also host various events such as drumming circles, retreats, and festivals throughout the year, as well as offering holistic healing sessions, private sound journey sessions and have a little shop selling journals, oracle cards, giftware, diaries, cacao, and handmade items which can be opened upon request. You can find details and learn a little more about what we do at hwcommunity.org
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Murray Farm Stay in Dwellingup

3 sites · RVs, Tents10 acres · Mandurah, WA
(Note: during restricted and prohibited burning seasons, allowance of campfire may be altered for safety reasons due to current bush fire ratings, weather conditions and/or at our discretion.) Set on 10 acres, 1km from the town centre of Dwellingup, sits our little farm. We offer a fabulous camping space (the Pleasant-Tree site) to just one group at a time, so it's very private and all yours! The Pleasant-Tree site homes our upcycled, rustic bush bathroom, for your exclusive use! Hot shower, composting toilet, fridge/freezer, tea and coffee facilities, bbq, utensils, cutlery and paper plates and bowls, pots, pans, coffee cups, etc. The site backs right onto the State Forest. You can pitch your tent or park your camper and share your paddock with our three pet sheep, goat and alpaca (or they can move out for the night if you prefer). There are also many regular visiting kangaroos. Enjoy the tranquillity of our forest and relax by your campfire as you are surrounded by nature and magnificent trees. A 10-minute stroll through the forest will take you into town to visit numerous cafes, gift shops, pub, etc.
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Killarney Farm

2 sites · RVs, Tents140 acres · Roelands, WA
This property has been in the Shine family for many generations. The property has primarily been used for beef cattle farming, although in the early 2000's was shortly used to milk sheep, along with corn cropping. Currently the farm is home to roughly 100 breeders so you might be lucky enough to see a few cute little calves running around.
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The best camping near Wellington National Park guide

Overview

About

Wellington National Park beckons with a tapestry of lush forests and the serene Collie River. Here, adventure awaits at every turn, from hiking and mountain biking to kayaking and swimming. Immerse yourself in the park's beauty by camping under the stars at one of the scenic campgrounds, each offering a unique way to experience the park's tranquil wilderness.

Notable campgrounds

  • Potters Gorge Campground: Nestled on the Wellington Dam's shores, this site is perfect for a forest retreat amid jarrah and marri trees.
  • Honeymoon Pool Campground: A picturesque riverside haven, ideal for a serene camping experience and water activities.
  • Stones Brook Campground: Set within the forest, this intimate campground offers a peaceful escape in nature's embrace.

Tips for snagging a campsite

  • Book early, especially during peak seasons, to secure your preferred campsite.
  • Consider mid-week stays for better availability and a quieter experience.
  • Keep an eye on cancellations for last-minute opportunities.
  • Explore nearby camping options if your desired campground is fully booked.

When to go

The best time to visit Wellington National Park is during spring, when wildflowers bloom and the river flows vibrantly. Avoid the park during extreme weather conditions, such as bushfire season, to ensure a safe and enjoyable visit.

Know before you go

  • Check current fire conditions and adhere to safety guidelines for a worry-free visit.
  • Be prepared for remote travel and consider carrying a personal location beacon (PLB).
  • No dogs or other pets are allowed, ensuring the protection of native wildlife.
  • Access to the park is free, with no entry fees required.
  • Facilities such as toilets, cooking appliances, and mountain bike hire are available at select locations.

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