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Gnaala Mia Camping Ground

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Sarah M.
1 year ago

This was a complete chance camp for us. It is wonderful. 2 loops of designated caravan or tent sites - 34 in all. In loop 1 there were 3 camps being used when we arrived. We took a look at loop 2 and... Read more

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John M.
1 year ago

Great bush campsite, was able to find a level site, all sites appear to be well spaced. Fires allowed in onsite bbq's. Bring your own wood, no collecting allowed at campground. Book eco tour early.

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Guest A.
2 years ago
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Gillian N.
2 years ago

There was only one other caravan there when we stayed so was very peaceful. The camp sites are well spaced and well positioned to make parking up very easy. Central camp kitchen with free BBQs tables and chairs). Toilet blocks (bush eco toilets of the non flushing variety) were clean. There is an easy well-marked walk starting and finishing at the campground. Other walks also in the area with information maps provided at the camp site. Very nice spot for a few nights to give you time to explore the surrounding district. Narrogin has not about 20 minutes around for supplies. We had a bucket out to catch the drips from our water tank and found that the woylies came to drink. So beautiful. Highly recommend this for a bush camp getaway.


York-Williams Rd,
Dryandra Forest,
Western Australia

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Caltex Williams

14.53 km

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