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Department of Parks and Wildlife (DPaW): From midday Friday, 1 May 2020 campgrounds within national parks, reserves and State forest will be open for camping. From 18 May 2020, visitors will only be able to visit and camp within their regional boundaries. Visitors will not be able to cross regional boundaries to go camping. Facilities and services at most Parks and Wildlife Service campgrounds across the State are basic. While campgrounds will be cleaned and serviced, campers should ensure they can maintain good personal hygiene while camping by carrying their own handwashing equipment and materials. Campers are reminded that they need to be self-sufficient and follow social distancing rules. Campgrounds are not serviced to the same level as caravan parks.

Point Road Campsite

Boranup WA 6286
You can get to this site by: four-wheel-drive GPS: -34.0922, 115.017
  • BBQ area
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    Open for Business
  • Walking & Hiking
    Walking & Hiking
  • Wildflower Spotting
    Wildflower Spotting

Point Road Campsite is a small, sheltered four-wheel-drive only campground set amid peppermint woodland, on the fringes of the majestic Boranup Karri Forest.

This campground, on the edge of the magnificent towering Karris of Boranup Forest, is accessible only by 4WD vehicle. It is an 'open' campground - without separate individual campsites - that can accommodate seven tents and small 4WD campervans.

Generators are not permitted.

Campfires are usually permitted between April 15th and November 30th - in the provided fire rings only - but fire restrictions may be imposed at any time and without notice. Bring your own firewood.

When fire restrictions are in place campfires must not be lit and any appliance powered by burning solid fuel must not be used. Always comply with any instructions at campgrounds and parks.

Campers' own liquid or gas fuel BBQs, stoves and heaters can be used at any time, unless a total fire ban has been declared (see Department of Fire and Emergency Services).

Bookings cannot be made. The campground, like the whole of the South West Capes area, is very popular during school holidays and weekends from October to April, particularly public holiday weekends. Be prepared with an alternative place to stay at these times in case there is no suitable site available.

Visitors can access the Cape to Cape Track from this campground.

Camp fees per night - $11 adult, $7 concession cardholder, $3 child (over 5 and under 16 years).

Google Reviews

22
Feb
2020
Beautiful campsite surrounded by pepper trees. Off the beaten track. Long drop toliet, $11 per night per person. No shower or water source. Kat Baxter
13
Jan
2020
My very favourite campsite in the area. Absolute tranquility in the middle of the forest. Bronte Alcock
21
Jan
2020
This place is HANDS down the best camping site in the southwest👍👍👍 amazing. For Full Site list & info keep reading.. No bookings, have a back up plan incase full. Fees are paid in a money box ranger checks 1 to 2 times a day $8per night per adult, price does change every so often. 10 to 12 sites. Fire pits supplied. tables in most sites. Low trees so no big 4wd campervans. Small camper trailer can fit in some sites but not much room to maneuver around. More suited to tents and swags, roof top tent in some sites would be fine. Drop toilet, make sure you bring your own toilet paper. No water, bring all you need. Firewood supplied in cooler months, but do bring a bag just in case as it's against the law to collect from the Bush here. Remember you are in the middle of the Bush you start a fire and It gets out of hand you are trapped!!! Only safety is to head out to the west and go for the beach and go out to the open on the rocks (be watchful of waves though), there is a big sign at the pay box warning people of fire danger. Possums everywhere so keep your food locked up and do not feed them!!! Look but dont touch or feed!!!. 4wd only East end entry is sometimes washed out with big holes etc, west entry is normally very easy but sharp limestone coastal rocks so watch your tyres and as you get into the camp from the west end it has a big wash out so don't drive to much to one side or you will tip over if that unlucky haha🤷‍♂️ otherwise this is just an amazing place and can easily spend 2 weeks here. Remember keep it clean and green take your rubbish and only leave foot prints as the saying goes 👍 TyeLilly Bell
14
Sep
2019
Great camp spot. Lots of trees and great views into the Boranup Forest My Robbie
07
Jan
2018
Middle of nowhere. Was by myself so didn't feel comfortable staying here. If you're looking for something secluded with a group would be great. Don't know about the amenities! Paul aka. Moose
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