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Where to go camping in the Murray River?

Where to go camping in the Murray River?

Tony’s Bend is a small campground nestled on the banks of the Murray River.Tony’s Bend is an ideal campground for families. With campsites close to the river it offers a range of activities which include canoeing, fishing and swimming. 13 sites (tent sites, some RV sites) campfires permitted in season.

How many guests can stay in Dwellingup caravan?

With access to the Bibbulmun Track, the Munda Biddi cycle trail, and only a short drive to the nearby Murray River, your relaxing holiday, adventure vacation or extreme weekender awaits! Whatever your accommodation needs, Dwellingup has a camping option to please every guest. Accommodation types cater from 2 up to 10 guests. No Bookings.

When is campfire season at Dwellingup National Park?

Bookings are required. Campfire Season: Campfires are generally permitted from April through to December each year, subject to weather and fire conditions. Please be guided by signage within the reserve or contact Parks and Wildlife Service. Please provide your own firewood.

Where can I get a camping permit for Dwellingup?

For enquires contact Lane Poole Reserve Entry Station on weekends 9538 1536 or Parks and Wildlife Services Dwellingup Office on 9538 1078 during office hours, Monday to Friday Get Out There And Have Fun!

Where is the best place to camp in Dwellingup?

Lane Poole Reserve is a fantastic camping location that will keep the whole family happy. Located 7.5 km south of the Dwellingup town centre, Lane Poole Reserve is a 50,000-hectare large reserve that provides the ideal base for nature lovers.

How big are the campsites at Tony’s Bend?

Like Stringers, Tony’s Bend is one of the smaller campsites. It has 13 beautifully located and secluded campsites on the banks of the Murray River. Eight sites are suitable for small tents (3m x 2.5m), three sites accommodate large tents and there are two sites suitable for a caravan or camper trailer.