The Gnaala Mia campground in Dryandra Woodland National Park has a range of camp sites suitable for tents through to larger caravans. The sites are carefully nestled in the forest at least 20m apart for a more private forest experience.
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Gnaala Mia offers 27 caravan bays and eight tent sites across two separate loops. Camping fees apply.
Facilities available are barbecue shelters with gas barbecues, toilets and each campsite has a picnic table and an open fire pit. Fires are not permitted between the dates stated at the campsite.
There are water tanks attached to the barbecue shelters but water availability and quality cannot be guaranteed. Visitors are encouraged to bring their own water.
A 3km walk trail begins at the information shelter and passes around the campground to an old fire lookout.
Gnaala Mia is located on Godfrey Road, one kilometre west of the York-Williams Road.
The campground is a great place to see marsupials and birds, but please do not feed them.