Chuditch provides campsites in the jarrah forest. It is set back from the river but still affords easy river access.
Chuditch is an ideal place for families to camp; it is not intended for group usage. The campground has picnic tables, toilets and rubbish bins. Chuditch has a camp kitchen which has gas cooking facilities and water is supplied. No campfires are permitted at Chuditch at any time.
There are 24 campsites at Chuditch, ten of which can accommodate smaller caravans or camper trailers; larger vehicles need to find a site at either Nanga Mill or Baden Powell.
A campround map is available for Chuditch.
Bookings do apply at this campground and will need to be made online prior to your arrival.
Please bring your own fire wood to use in the reserve on days when open wood fires are allowed. Bagged, dry wood can be purchased in Dwellingup, and is also available from a fire wood distributor direct to camp sites in the reserve.
The 3.8-kilometre Chuditch walk trail takes in the heritage aspects of Nanga Townsite and Nanga Mill.
This campground is located 16 km from Dwellingup and 8.5 km from the Lane Poole entry station on Murray Valley Road. It can also be accessed via Nanga Rd (Nanga Mill gate).
Dwellingup, Western Australia, 6213
Coordinates & Contact Details-32.7881, 116.108108 9538 1078
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