Camping Out

Nature; Pure and Simple

Sometimes keeping it simple is all that is required. Marrinup is tucked away in the bush surrounded by the best nature can offer; flowing streams and falls, surrounded by an abundance of wildlife, birds and stunning native bush.

Marrinup is open for camping year round and is most popular in Spring when the Marrinup Falls are flowing and the wildflowers are in bloom.  Bike or hike; the bush is waiting.

Quick FActs

  • Located 5km north-west of Dwellingup
  • Attractions include Marrinup Falls and POW Camp walk trails
  • Campsites cannot be booked ahead; first-served basis

Camping At Marrinup

Camping at Marrinup is simple, with an open grassed area set on the site of the old town including basic camp toilet facilities. Visitors can camp or picnic here, but must bring their own drinking water.  The best time to visit Marrinup is in winter and spring (after the winter rains) when the Marrinup falls are flowing.
CAMPING FEES

Adults fees are $8 per night, $6 concession card holder per night, $3 child per night (over 5 and under 16 years). Bookings cannot be made online and operates as a first come first served basis. Rangers will visit during busy times or alternatively camping fees can be paid at the DBCA office in Dwellingup.

GETTING HERE

Marrinup Townsite campground is located approximately 5kms north-west of Dwellingup.  The site is accessible by 2WD vehicles but road conditions can vary and it is recommended that visitors enquire with Dwellingup Trails and Visitor Centre or the WA Parks and Wildlife office in Dwellingup in regards to access road conditions.


CAMP FIRES

Campfires are usually permitted in the fire rings only, between April 15 and November 30 but fire restrictions may be imposed at any time and without notice. Campers own liquid or gas fuel BBQ’s, stoves and heaters can be used at any time unless a total fire ban has been declared.


EXPLORE TRAILS

The Marrinup walk and cycle trails run through the site as well as the Munda Biddi mountain bike trail.  The track passes through Jarrah Forest and is mainly flat, with a few gradual hills and suitable for all skill levels.

information

Arrival & Departure Times:  First Come first served basis

Campfire Season: Campfires are generally permitted from April 15 through to November 30 each year, subject to weather and fire conditions. Please be guided by signage within the reserve or contact Parks and Wildlife Service. Please provide your own firewood. Please do not remove or burn away wood from the surrounding forest, it’s a part of the ecosystem and is in breach of CALM regulations. On the spot penalties apply.

Prohibited Burning: What is allowed? Gas barbecues, provided that they are in a designated recreation or camping site and the area around the gas barbeque is cleared of all combustible material within a 5m radius. What is NOT allowed? Open campfires, Webber barbecues (or any barbecues that uses solid fuel), Citronella burners/candles or sparklers.

Dogs: Friendly dogs are permitted in the reserve but are required to stay on leads at all times

Generators: Generators are permitted between the hours of 7am and 9pm only.

Camp Fees Apply: $8 per night, $6 concession card holder per night, $3 child per night (over 5 and under 16 years)

RV Dump Point: Facilities located at Nanga Brook

Annual Park Passes for Lane Poole Reserve:   Available to book online at https://shop.dbca.wa.gov.au/collections/park-passes

For further enquiries, contact the Dwellingup Trails and Visitor Centre on 08 9538 1108

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