Datjoin Well & Rock Reserve

Free Camping - Western Australia


Datjoin Well and Rock Reserve has several unique rock formations located east of Beacon, an area opened to pastoral leases as far north as Datjoin in 1872 and the well was dug in early 1900’s by sandalwood cutters. During the winter and spring months of July to October Datjoin Reserve is a popular picnic and tourist camp spot for travellers as well as those looking to find some of the best orchids and wildflowers the region has to offer. Beacon locals also frequent the area, having enjoyed many years of picnicking and socialising in years past at Datjoin.

It is accessed by a narrow track entrance that leads to the well and camping areas, accessible to cars/4WDs/camper trailers only.  No caravans.  Camp fires allowed May-September.  Access to Datjoin Rock is another 2kms eastwards on Clark Road on the left at the top of the rise.  No access to vans and no camping at the rock.

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