WELLINGTON DAM NATIONAL PARK AN “ADVENTURE for all tastes "...
Hire a bike, have a delicious bite to eat, try a local Beer or Wine or book your Glamping accommodation at the Kiosk. While you’re visiting check out the areas amazing outdoor activities that allow you to enjoy life, find peace in nature or quite simply, unwind!
This family run Licensed Cafe (hosts Diane and Stephen ) is noted for its relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Touring caravans and pitched tent campers are welcome and the attractive camping areas at the newly renovated Potters Gorge. Check out our Glamping (glamour camping) options - a great way to have a short break from the rigours of daily life, without any of the "work" required to set up your own camp.
At Kiosk At The Dam we encourage you to experience the stunning Wellington National Park by being 'let in on nature’s show'. There are many amenities in the Park and plenty to do in the surrounding area. Recharge yourself by experiencing outdoor activities such as photography, backpacking, hiking, hill walking, star gazing, mountain biking (check out our Mountain Bike Hire at the Kiosk ), swimming, water skiing, bird watching and more! Get all the inside info on the area, plug in your devices for charge. Relax with a coffee and cake, Local Beer or Wine,a cool drink or ice cream and order some lunch. You can also pick up those camping essentials or take away drinks you forgot or have run out of.
We are remarkably accessible - the South West Highway brings us within two hours drive of Perth and only 25 minutes from the Bunbury region and surrounding areas. Kiosk at the dam occupies an area within walking distance to the Wellington Dam and surrounding river bike and walking trails & water skiing area . The Park offers unrivalled space and tranquillity - plenty of room to park next to your caravan or tent, and for families and individuals to play.
Don't forget to ask us for a FREE hiking and trail map of the area!
KIOSK VISITORS CENTRE
InformatioN AT THE KIOSK
Drop into the Kiosk to pick up maps and information for all of the activities in the park and surrounding area.
Charge your phone or ipad while you enjoy a coffee... Pick up some supplies for your campsite - milk, bread, ice etc.
Wellington dam national park
About the Park
If you enjoy spending your summer days lazing by flowing rivers, relaxing on balmy summer evenings or recreating beside the tranquil waters of a lake or river, then Wellington National Park is for you. You will equally enjoy the National Park if you prefer wondering through the forest on sunny winter days or snuggling at night by a cosy log fire the cooler months.
Wellington National Park consists of 17 000 hectares of Western Australia's unique eucalypt forests of jarrah, marri and Karri (blackbutt). The icon and central feature of the Park is the beautiful Collie River Valley with its ancient valley gorge below the magnificent lake situated behind the Wellington Dam. It offers a range of recreational pursuits including camping, fishing, swimming, rafting, Mountain Biking, star gazing, canoeing and bush walking. Experience the breathtaking views of Wellington National Park across calm waters and down the picturesque valley from the dam lookout. While visiting you can also stay a while longer at Honeymoon Pool and Potters Gorge, both popular and beautiful camping sites.
Pets are prohibited in the National Park, to protect the abundant Flora & fauna & as well as your pets as baiting programmes are active in the park.
finding where we are...
Travelling to Wellington National Park is an approximate two hours drive from Perth and 30 minutes from Bunbury or Collie. Wellington National Park is ideally situated for day, overnight or extended stays, being close to Perth and all other centres of the South West. The area is popular all year round with magnificent shows of some of the 300 species of colourful wildflowers every spring, or come see some of the 70 bird species. You may even spot a unique animal such as a chuditch, quenda, quokka, brushtail possum, woylie or western ringtail possum.
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