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Caravan and Camping

Whether you’re rolling into town in a big rig, or if you’re cruising with just a pack on your back, there are many beautiful spots to camp around Collie.

Collie River Valley Tourist Park

Collie River Valley Tourist Park caters for travellers and permanent residents within the local community. Tourists, grey nomads, families and large groups all enjoy a relaxing stay. The park has …

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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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Glen Mervyn Dam

Glen Mervyn Dam is 18km south of Collie and is a popular waterskiing, swimming and fishing spot. Camping is permitted on the western shore of the dam where a toilet …

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Honeymoon Pool

HONEYMOON POOL in the Wellington National Park is one of the best known swimming and camping spots in WA, having repeatedly been voted amongst Australia’s finest. Situated a couple of hours …

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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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Kiosk at the Dam

Kiosk at the Dam is a hub for visitors to the Wellington National Park. It is located close to the Wellington Dam Lookout and the Quarry picnic area. There is …

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Stockton Lake

Located 7km east of Collie township on the Collie-Darkan Road, Stockton Lake is another bush camping and swimming area. Stockton was originally an open cut coal mine, but has long …

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If you want the experience of camping but with none of the hassle, then glamping is most definitely something you should try. Not only is it fun, but it also …

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