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National Park

Wellington National Park, with its magnificent stands of jarrah, marri and blackbutt forests is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna. The Park is popular all year round, with the spring show of wildflowers making it a photographers’ paradise. Within the Park, deep within the gorge and forests of the Collie River Valley, the river tumbles over granite boulders before forming deep pools, perfect for a swim on a hot day or a languid paddle in a canoe.

There are several picnic areas to be found along the scenic five kilometres of Lennard Drive, alongside the Collie River below the wall of the Wellington Dam, including the Rapids, Long Pool, Big Rock and Little Rock. Most of these locations have picnic tables but no toilet facilities

Abseiling is possible at the Quarry in Wellington National Park. Participants must have their own equipment, appropriate licences and book through the Department of Parks and Wildlife office in Collie (Phone 9735 1988)

Links below are just a few of the features of Wellington National Park.

Kiosk at the Dam

Kiosk at the Dam

A friendly, casual cafĂ© in the heart of Wellington National Park. Serving simple/fresh cafe food, cakes, ice creams and much more. They also have essential top-up supplies for campers, including …

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Wellington Forest Cottages

Nestled amongst jarrah forest in the Wellington National Park, the Ferguson Valley is one of the most beautiful regions in Western Australia. Wellington Forest Cottages and Conference Centre is a …

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Mount Lennard Mountain Bike Trails

Mt Lennard, located south west of Wellington National Park off Pile Road, has over 40km of mountain bike trails for riders of all levels. The trails weave through the mature …

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Potter’s Gorge

Situated on the shores of Wellington Dam, in a shady forest setting, is Potters Gorge with good views across the back waters of the Dam. The campground has been upgraded …

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Honeymoon Pool

This very popular campground is set along the banks of the Collie River and shaded by graceful peppermint trees and an overstorey of yarri, jarrah and marri eucalypts. A large …

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Gelcoat

Along the creek from Stones Brook is the Gelcoat campsite. This is designed for lightweight camping and has no designated bays. Campers park their vehicles at a central location rather …

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Stones Brook

A short walk from Honeymoon Pool is the Stones Brook camping area. Most of the 17 tent campsites here offer a more secluded camping experience, with more space between many …

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King Jarrah Tree

The majestic Jarrah tree can be found along King Tree Road (unsealed), south of Wellington Dam. A boardwalk and viewing platform offer a chance to view in safety one of …

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Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions

Whether you know it as Parks & Wildlife, DPAW or CALM it is still the same hard working department who keeps our national forests, parks and attractions looking as spick …

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Wellington National Park Tracks and Trails

The beautiful forests and valleys of the National Park are a mecca for bushwalkers and mountain bike riders. Several trails are located within the Honeymoon Pool-Quarry picnic areas and offer …

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