South West camp sites fill up ahead of long weekend
The Department of Parks and Wildlife has issued a warning to South West holiday makers about the availability of national park camp sites over the Easter long weekend.
Many camp grounds in parks and reserves in the South West, Warren and Swan regions are fully occupied ahead of the Easter long weekend, with limited availability at some sites on a first-come, first-served basis.
All bookable camp sites are full.
The department encouraged people planning to camp in national parks and reserves to arrive as early as possible and have a back-up plan in place in case their preferred campground is full.
All camp grounds are expected to be full by this evening.
South West Region
In Wellington National Park, Honeymoon Pool is expected to be full by today and Potters Gorge camp site is closed for redevelopment.
Belvidere campground in Leschenault Peninsula Conservation Park will reopen for the Easter weekend.
Some sites may be available at Hoffman Mill, Stockton Lake and Glen Mervyn Dam. The new Logue Brook Dam campground is full.
Conto campground in Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park is full.
Sues Bridge campground in Blackwood River National Park is very popular and usually fills very quickly.
Shannon National Park campground is closed for redevelopment, however the park is open.
Big Brook Arboretum, Draftys and Warren campground in Warren National Park are likely to be full over Easter.
There may be limited space at Crystal Springs and Lake Jasper campground in D’Entrecasteaux National Park, and Fernhook Falls in Mount Frankland National Park.
To view the latest up to date availability information for all Parks and Wildlife campgrounds visit parkstay.dpaw.wa.gov.au/camp-finder/available-sites-at-other-campgrounds or click here .
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