Our Ecopark acts as a living window which looks out into a sheltered valley of 45 acres (19ha) within Western Australia's Southern Forests. Our Ecopark is an enclave of the Valley of the Giants Forest of ancient Karri and Tingle trees (Eucalyptus spp.). We are dedicated to wildlife information and conservation and are not surrounded by wildlife impacting sheep, cattle, farm dogs and farm machinery.
Our valley nestles in forested hills of the coastal hinterland and adjoins the northern side of Highway one (Western Australia's South Coast Highway) at the highway's north-western intersection with Boxhall Road (Shown on Google maps as Outer Break Road). These hills are protected from the weather patterns of the nearby Southern Ocean and are separated from coastal dunes to the south by a two kilometre wide corridor of flood prone plain which supports farmland lying immediately south of Highway one.
- Bring your own axe or saw to cut your free firewood.
- For the sake of safety during bushfire hazard, camp fires are prohibited.
- On-site vans and linen for hire.
- Underground power, Ultra violet filtered water-supply.
- Powered, over-size 10mx15m wet-weather drive-through camping sites suit large caravans and large groups of campers.
- Tourist and environmental information.
- Hot showers with always available hot water, Ablution facilities for visitors with special needs.
- Disposal facility for your portable toilet.
- Hills TV antenna and booster achieve good TV reception via vertically oriented antennae aimed just above a low saddle-backed ridge forming our valley's North Eastern boundary. TV transmission from Mt Barker, 90km distant.
- Additionally, our vegetation protected sites are open to the sky facilitating satellite TV reception via your portable TV dishes.
Address6398 South Coast Highway
Nornalup, Western Australia, 6333
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