4WD

4 Wheel Driving

There is great 4 wheel driving in the D'Entrecasteaux National Park south of Pemberton. The D'Entrecasteaux National Park is a long coastal national park some 5 to 20 kilometres which stretches along the south coast for more than 130 kilometres between Augusta and Walpole. It is the result of the amalgamation of various State forests and timber reserves, Crown land, Shire of Manjimup reserves, conservation reserves, pastoral leases and freehold purchases between the 1970s and 1990s.

Department of Parks and Wildlife. DPaW Web:

There are various guides to 4 wheel driving in the area. 4 Wheeling Web:      Web:      DPaW Web:

4WD track DEntrecasteaux Nat Park 

Gloucester National Park:

Big Brook Arboretum- 10km from Pemberton along the Karri Forest Explorer Drive (turn in 2km from the Big Brook Dam) – site fees applicable

Moons Crossing:

River Road Bridge

Warren National Park:

Heartbreak Trail.

Warren River Campsites are located via Heartbreak Trail off Old Vasse Rd and approximately 17km from the centre of Pemberton These campsites are relatively new and have pit toilets and fire pits in season. Camping fees do apply.

Barker Road Crossing:

Callcup Hill.

Yeagarup Sand and Beach

The Dunes:

The Beach. Yeagarup Beach – Park fees are applicable however you can camp on the beach or in the campsites along the way – access is by 4WD only. Buy your National Park pass at the Pemberton Visitor Centre.

 Yeagarup foot print

Places to stay

There are more campsite options listed in the Camping section under Things to Do

Leaning Marri Camp Ground, near Yeagarup. Long drop toilets, group shelter, some fire rings and bushtracks.

Yeagarup Beach, no facilities/self-sufficient. 

Callcup Hill, no facilities/self-sufficient

D'Entrecasteaux National Park 

Black Point – Park fees are applicable however you can only camp in the managed campsites along the way – access is by 4WD only.Moores Hut and camp grounds

Carey Brook Campsites (Including Boat Landing Camp sites on the Donnelly River) – These are new and well positioned. These include pit toilets. Camping Fees do apply.

Coodamurrup Beach, Moores Hut and camp grounds:

Fish Creek & West Cliff Point at D'Entrecasteaux National Park

Lake Jasper – 4WD Access Only – Park fees are applicable. You can camp in the campsites along the lake foreshore – access is by 4WD only

Sandy Peak

Shannon National Park – currently closed being redeveloped – Showers, pit toilets and fire pits. Camping Fees are applicable.

Windy Harbour Camping Ground is a great place to camp. There are some powered sites available and hot showers and clean toilets and you are less than 100m from the beach.

 What to do at The D'Entrecasteaux National Park. 

  • Camping
  • 4 wheel driving
  • Fishing
  • Sight-seeing (great cliff top views)
  • Swimming
  • Surfing & kite surfing
  • Beach activities

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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