Maidens Reserve

Free Camping - Western Australia


This overnight rest area is unique in that it offers visitors a nature based setting. Surrounded by mature tuart trees this area offers a shaded place for visitors to rest.  Maximum of two vehicles at any one time.

The car park is the entrance to the Maidens Reserve walking trail which is characterised by a series of high sand dunes offering extensive views of the city from several lookouts.

 This location is suited to smaller RV’s due to the size of the parking area. It is not recommended for vehicles towing caravans. 

Bunbury City Council has opened the door to recreational vehicle (RV) travellers after giving the tick of approval to a two-year trial of overnight rest areas.

The City have decided to allow this on a trial basis only in the hopes it will bring more visitors to our city and that those that do use these areas, do so with little to no impact on our community.

All overnight rest areas within the City of Bunbury have a maximum stay limit of 48 hours and require the users to obtain a permit from the Visitor Information Centre at Haley Street, Bunbury.

If you arrive in Bunbury outside of the Visitor Information Centre opening hours, a City of Bunbury staff member will attend the rest areas each morning to provide permits.

Visitors must meet the definition of fully self-contained to utilise these areas. To be considered fully self-contained your vehicle must be fitted with on-board facilities such as toilets and sinks. These on-board facilities cannot be a separate item; they must be manufactured as part of the vehicle and plumbed in. If your vehicle does not meet these criteria, you will need to use established caravan parks.

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