Lake Brockman, Logue Brook Dam was constructed in 1963 to provide water for irrigation. It is now a popular place for camping and water activities such as water skiing, swimming, fishing, canoeing, windsurfing and sailing. You can also go bushwalking, and mountain biking.
The summer months and Easter are the park’s busiest time of year.
Logue Brook Dam is located within the Shire of Harvey, 125km south of Perth between Yarloop and Harvey. Access is from the South Western Highway via the sealed Logue Brook Dam Road.
Logue Brook campground is a great family or group camping option and must be booked through the Lake Brockman Tourist Park.
Even though inland waterways look inviting, especially when the surface is calm, they pose many hidden dangers. Know the risks and how to swim safely.
There are two pump tracks suitable for riders of all abilities and fitness levels at the Logue Brook campground and the Munda Biddi trail passes nearby.
You must have a valid fishing licence, issued by the Department of Fisheries.
A five knot speed limit applies for all motorised water craft except when water skiing in the designated ski area and within the permitted time of sunrise to sunset. No water skiing is permitted within 45 metres of the shore and the boundary of the water ski area has been marked with yellow buoys.
Boating safety information is available from the Department of Transport
Dogs are allowed but must always remain on a leash.