Small campground near Boondi Rock outcrop and dam with eight vehicle-based sites, some of which cater for camper trailers and/or caravans.
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Boondi is a handy low-key campsite to use when en route to the four-wheel-drive Holland Track or to Kalgoorlie-Boulder.
Steam train stopover
Boondi was one of numerous rock catchments in the Great Western Woodlands developed for railway water supplies in the days of steam engines. Eventually the advent of diesel locomotives and construction of a new line to the north saw an end to the days when steam trains rolled to a stop at Boondi to refill their water tanks. The water catchment system at Boondi consists of perimeter walls and rock-lined channels that direct rainfall runoff into a dam or storage reservoir. Please do not swim at Boondi Rock Dam.
Tips for campers
Bring your own drinking water and firewood. No dogs are permitted at the campground. No entry or camping fees apply.