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Pemberton Camping and Walks
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Camping and Walks

The mist rises on the river, the reflections on the water mirror the forest above, the billy is boiling and there are marron in the pot. A dream? Not if you visit Pemberton.

There are campsites available in the town caravan park and also a large number of forest campsites where you can pitch a tent and relax in the cool south west forests. Some of the best are:-

Warren National Park
This is the most popular bush campsite close to town with three small sites located on Heartbreak Trail within the Warren National Park. In busy times be quick as it is always popular and there are no bookings.

Warren National Park Brochure - Walks (PDF)

Shannon National Park
Shannon was once a timber town but today it is a great bush campsite. There are many campsites, two wooden huts complete with simple bunks and pot belly stove, and the Shannon lodge. All except the Lodge are first come first served.

Big Brook Arboretum
Only minutes from town. There are walk trails nearby and its only a short drive to the Big Brook Dam where you can cast a line or dive in for a refreshing dip.




Without facilities or only basic facilities

Per adult/per night $7.50
Concession cardholders/per night $5.50
School age child under 16 $2

With facilities, (ablutions, showers,) includes caravans without electricity (Cape Le Grand National Park is in this category):

Per adult/per night $10.50
Concession cardholders/per night $5.50
School age child under 16 $2


Holders of the following Australian issued cards are entitled to the specified concession passes, camping or attraction fees as listed in this brochure.

  • Seniors' Card
  • Age Pension
  • Disability Support
  • Disability Support (Blind)
  • Carer Payment
  • Carer Allowance
  • Department of Veterans'
  • Companion Card Affairs (DVA)

The accompanying companion/carer of a Companion Card holder is entitled to free entry when entering an attraction or venue where 'per person' fees apply. This also applies to camping fees.

To camp in any National Park you will need a National Park pass which is available from the Pemberton Visitor Centre or the local DPaW office or Post Office.

Camping fees still apply and there is a registration site at each of the Camping areas.