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Alexandra Bridge

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3 Reviews

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Mikala M.
1 week ago

Great, quiet venue to camp in small groups. Well maintained and very beautiful!

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Eva D.
3 weeks ago

Clean flushing toilets with TP. Spot for disabled. Cold shower. Drinking water. Beautiful, peaceful spot on the river with boat ramp. Fire pits at most sites. Poor reception, but if you walk 200m up the road no problems. The sounds of cows and kookaburras morning and night and some beautiful birds around.

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Mitch c.
2 years ago

Great for water sport, has a boat ramp and multiple facilities.



Location

162 Clarke Dr,
Alexandra Bridge,
Western Australia

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Closest

Ampol Karridale

5.40 km

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