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Craig W wrote a review Sep 2020
Perth, Australia14 contributions
Stayed at Henry White Oval campground for 2 nights. Camp is very good, with large grass sites and asphalt sites for the larger caravans. The camp kitchen is excellent, as are the showers and toilets. It is definitely a family camping area, with lots of space for kids to roam, plus the odd kangaroo, duck and boobook owls (at night). Short, interesting walks to Yanchep Inn, Gloucester Lodge, Boomerang Gorge, Koala Walk, lakes and caves. Easy access to the whole park, take your bicycles. Don't book in if you want total quiet! It is a family park which means plenty of "play" going on from sunrise to sunset. Negatives? Zealous camp hosts Communal camp fire Is kept to a small flame, similar to about candles, no flame allowed above the rim. Water No potable water available. Water is on tap, but need to be boiled Road noise Some constant road noise from Indian Ocean Drive. Camp rules Be aware that there are strict rules forbidding feeding animals, using drones and the fire place (fire load and children must be supervised by an adult at all times).
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Date of experience: September 2020
Dan L wrote a review Sep 2020
Bunbury, Australia4,236 contributions897 helpful votes
Anyone living in the Perth Metro area are indeed lucky to have this National Park within easy access. We were headed North and unfortunately short of time to see most attractions. We enjoyed the flora, especially that which was in bloom. Entry fee payable per vehicle, luckily we had an annual pass on display.
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Date of experience: September 2020
Subin Daniel wrote a review Sep 2020
Perth, Australia47 contributions
An excellent outing for family and/or friends. Very clean environment. Lush green natural views. Koala visits and Adventure tree walks for added interest. Cave visit also another feature.
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Date of experience: September 2020
KJA wrote a review Aug 2020
2 contributions1 helpful vote
Absolutely beautiful campground and amenities . The couple running the show there are running it like their own private concentration camp . No fun allowed! Called the ranger because the flames of the main campfire went above the rim . Absolutely ruined the whole experience whinging about every little thing. Unbelievable! . I pray these two are sacked soon as to not ruin anybody else’s family camp out . Horrible horrible people
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Steve A wrote a review Jul 2020
Perth, Australia24 contributions1 helpful vote
Walked the 17.5km Cockatoo Walk Trail on the weekend. Excellent trail and very clearly marked. Trail was closed but it seems that was only due to a few branches that were over the track. With a small amount of care these are very easily navigated around. After returning did the Cave Trail also that ended up joining the Dwerta Mai Trail that made it's way through the Boomerang Gouge. I never even knew that there was a gorge in the park. Very worth while small walk where you can explore the entrance to some small limestone caves. You get a sense that you are down south around Margaret River not north of the metropolitan area. There are many more trails there to explore also. I will be returning to do them all.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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