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Alexandra Bridge Campground has been re-opened from Saturday, 2 May 2020. If you are planning to visit the campground please ensure that you maintain the required social distancing measures and hygiene requirements at all times. Campers should be self sufficient and bring their own sanitisers and soaps to ensure cleanliness and hygiene is maintained throughout their stay. A maximum of 21 camping sites are available on a first come, first served basis.

Alexandra Bridge Camping Ground

162 Clark Dr, Alexandra Bridge WA 6288
This is a fantastic camping area located on the banks of the Blackwood River, 26 kilometres north-east of Augusta. The turn off is 10 kilometres from Karridale, off the Brockman Highway on to Clarke Drive.
  • BBQ area
  • Fireplace (wood or gas)
  • Pets allowed
  • Public showers
  • BBQ
  • Disabled Access
    Disabled Access
  • Dog Friendly
    Dog Friendly
  • Picnic Spot
    Picnic Spot
  • Scenic Spot
    Scenic Spot
  • Stand Up Paddling & Canoeing
    Stand Up Paddling & Canoeing
  • Wildflower Spotting
    Wildflower Spotting

Alexandra Bridge Camping Ground is a pretty, peaceful camping ground set on the banks of the Blackwood River.

A tranquil haven, it features a stunning array of birds and wildlife and the river provides activities such as swimming, canoeing, fishing and boating making it a year round destination for visitors who enjoy camping in a natural environment.

Alexandra Bridge, named after the then Princess of Wales, was built in 1897 by Wishart and Davies. It was 104m long with seventeen 6.5m spans. The deepest section of the water is around 6m much of the time but can rise above 11m in a flood.

It was the first major bridge across the Blackwood River, used as a main link bridge on what is now the Brockman Highway to places east, and to service settlers and the local timber industry.

When the new Alexandra Bridge was built on a new alignment of the Brockman Highway in 1969, the old bridge was kept as a tourist attraction and became a popular picnic and camping area. Unfortunately most of the old bridge was washed away by floods in 1982.

There are 21 sites to choose from on a first come, first serve basis. Please select a site that is suitable for your caravan, tent or camper trailer. Camping is not permitted in the day use area by the river or anywhere outside of the designated camp sites.

The camp site has toilets, access toilet, cold showers, gas BBQ, shelters, picnic tables, rubbish bins, and a boat ramp.

Check out time is 10:30am.

A maximum length of stay of 28 days applies for any 3 month period.

For camping enquiries please ring 9780 5676 between 9am and 5pm.

Camp fire to be lit in designated fire places only. This is an environmentally sensitive area, please do not collect firewood from the reserve. Camp fires can start bush fires. Do not leave your fire unattended and extinguish camp fires completely fore you leave the site. Observe the camp fire restrictions posted on site.

Adults $10 per night, children (2-14 years) $5 per night.

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Great facilities beautiful views lots of birds calling Excellent place good fishing. Robert Dayman
Lovely camp ground in amongst the trees and easy access to the river. Flies, as with any bush camp during summer, may be an issue but with our day only visit my fly net made them bearable. I'd go there again. Ath T
Delightful spot. The river is wonderful for swimming, fishing, boating, etc. The site is very shady, so be aware if that of relying on solar. Large camp sites also Sam Delany
Good facilities, great access to water and had plumbed toilets. Samuel Lambert
Lovely scenic and quiet spot to spend some time. Unfortunately it is NOT FREE. $10 per adult..$5 per child per night. Kitty Whiting
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