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Canebrake Pool

Crossing Rd & Cane Brake Road, Treeton WA 6284
  • Dog Friendly
    Dog Friendly
  • Open for Business
    Open for Business
  • Picnic Spot
    Picnic Spot

Fresh water and isolation is one of the Margaret River region’s signature landscape narratives.

Canebrake Pool is far from being central or convenient: shoot off from town down Osmington way, and take the left hand turn for a long gravel road journey. The adventure is thrilling, for it is stunning.

Enclosed by Jarrah-Marri forest on most sides, entrance to the pool is via a civilised timber staircase 20 metres from the main car park. The pool is deep, still and a playground for kayaks, day-tripping picnickers, and swimmers who call the surrounding Canebrake Pool campgrounds a temporary home during the high season of summer.

As part of the upper Margaret River, the critically endangered hairy marron is found in the waterway. Don’t be tempted to fish. Do take the time to experience the silence.

The cool slide of silt-silken river water against skin. Look up and see the tower of trees from river level and be reminded of the beauty that makes this region special.

Google Reviews

Nice camping spot next to the river you but you have to pay $11 each person highly recommend for camping John Jesious Antony Baskar
Right in the heart of the Bush on the Margaret River, this place is spectacular. Only 9 unpowered sites with own tables and fire pits, makes this the perfect off grid camp trip. The amenities are simple, with Drop toilets only. At $9 per person. This place is just beautiful. Tarnia Hopper
Very quiet and beautiful without any noisy families or young people. Tang
Great scenic camping spot along the edge of the river, surrounded by bushland with about a dozen or more Camp-sites available. The cost is a small fee of around $8 pp, on sight there are drop toilets and fire pits which may be used depending on the season.. Few sights are more private than others as they have a little more bushland, during the winter you can often find a site easily but in the warmer months it's often harder to find a site. Animals are welcome as long as their kept on a leash as a precaution as 1080 poisons baits are used sometimes nearby. Kyle Downie
Great campground and a good base for exploring Busselton and the Margaret River region. There are 9 camping sites with the toilets located right near the start. There is a large day use area and access to the pool for swimming. Across the road from the main campground entry is a firm sandy track which goes to the overflow camping area. This is a large clearing with several sites around the outside. Would be good for a group who want to camp together. No toilets located at the overflow area but the main campground is only a 5 minute walk. Andreas Koepke
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