Potters Gorge Campground

Private Campground - Western Australia


The site is situated on the shore of the Wellington Dam in a shady Jarrah and Marri forest setting. This lovely area is a spacious campground boasting 55 individual sites contained within three loops that caters for small, medium and large campervans or caravans. Many of the individual sites have their own tent pads making it easy to have another option whilst staying here.

New walk paths provide easy access around the site with mobility impaired visitors being catered for also to a number of the sites and facilities. Each loop features a double cubicle toilet and new picnic shelters house double gas barbecues and are conveniently located for all campers.

A feature of the new site is the mountain bike pump track which offers another activity for families, whilst fishing, canoeing and bushwalking remain very popular activities here.

Adjacent access to the Sika Trail offers a convenient way to go mountain biking or walking also linking many of the trails in the Park, as well as to the Kiosk which offers refreshments and food.

A completely redesigned day use area features similar shelters and barbecues, plenty of car parking, information for the area and stunning vistas across the dam and surrounding forest areas.

Great camping area. On the lake, with good facilities. Well worth the tracking to this spot for a few days or just a day out.

Now need to book on line at https://parks.dpaw.wa.gov.au/connect/read/book-online-now-camping-wellington-national-park. Cost $22 per night (vehicle)
Unpowered site per person per night (solo)

UNPWR PVPN - Concession $7.00
Unpowered site per person per night (solo) - Concession rate