Book online for Potters Gorge, Honeymoon, Gelcoat and Stones Brook campgrounds

Camp at Potters Gorge along the Wellington Dam or pitch a tent at Honeymoon Pool, nestled within the unique jarrah, marri and yarri forests

Only a two and a half hour drive from Perth, Wellington National Park is a great spot to set up camp. There are many recreational activities to do and be sure to experience the breathtaking views across the Wellington Dam, down the picturesque valley from the dam lookout. Meals, snacks, drinks and a friendly service are all available from the Kiosk at the dam

Book and pay online for camping at Potters Gorge, Honeymoon Pool, Gelcoat at Honeymoon Pool and Stones Brook at Honeymoon Pool campgrounds. Bookings can be made up to 180 days in advanced and right up to time of arrival, subject to availability. 

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