Jarrahdene Campground

National Park - Western Australia


Jarrahdene offers a range of camp sites suitable for caravans, camper vans, camper trailers and tents nestled within a mix of jarrah, marri and peppermint bushland.

The site was originally a timber mill belonging to M.C. Davies dating back to the late 1800s. Remnants of the old mill, closed in 1913, can still be seen with an interpretive walk passing through the old mill site offering information on the milling industry from a bygone era.

Jarrahdene is in a central location between Margaret River and Augusta offering easy access to beaches, whale watching (seasonal)and wineries

Generators can be used with restrictions, please check signage for details. 

Campfires are normally not allowed between 15th December to 15 March, please check signage for full details. 

On line bookings are required.

**Sorry, dogs are not allowed**

Book online through Dpaw. Very well maintained camp with historical community info, and fairly new facilities, bbqs and toilets. Serene environment out of school holidays.
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