Jarrahdene Campground

Star 4.8 (62 Google reviews)
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Jarrahdene Campground

Open 24 Hours
You can get to this site by: Two-wheel drive GPS: -34.1114, 115.075
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Jarrahdene campground is nestled within a mix of jarrah, marri and peppermint bushland. There are 36 campsites - some suitable for caravans and camper vans, others for camper trailers and tents.
The site was originally a timber mill belonging to M.C. Davies, dating back to the late 1800s. Remnants of the old mill, closed in 1913, can still be seen with an interpretive walk passing through the old mill site, offering information on the milling industry from a bygone era. 

Jarrahdene is in a central location between Margaret River and Augusta.

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).  

Camp fees per night - $15 adult, $9 concession card holder, $3 child (over 5 and under 16 years). 



Jarrahdene Campground

Jarrahdene Rd, Boranup WA 6286, Australia


Star 4.8 (62 Google reviews)
Cookie 10 May 2022

Fantastic campsite just make sure you get soft ground when booking. Otherwise I would recommend bringing a drill. The facilities are pretty nice and the free firewood is a great bonus too.

Filip Andersson 22 October 2022

I stayed 3 nights. Peaceful forest place to camp for a day or two. Three days a bit too long. I think there was firewood next to main road on the way in. Never really crowded since you have plenty of space at site and other campers is barely in sight. Can hear a bit of chatter around but hardly noticable. Quiet at night. Affordable. Drop-pit toilets are clean and have toilet paper. Water needs to be thoroughly boiled. Walking track got quiet a nice history about the timber industry in Jarrahdene and Karridale late 1800s/early 1900s. Ranger is easy-going.

N Takasaki 24 November 2021

Camping by gorgeous forests was absolutely amazing experience. You’ll feel deep connection with nature. Pretty new facilities ( drop toilet, camp kitchen with shelter), a picnic table and a fire pit for each site. They are well kept clean. There are bore water taps at some points also. A little walking trails with displays of mill’s history back then for those who want to stroll. I’ll definitely come back!

Becky Matthews 12 August 2022

Great spot, beautiful. $15 perversion is a little exy if you're self sufficient and not using the facilities though.

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