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Honeymoon Pool

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Amy L. 10 months ago
Question:

Are dogs allowed while camping here?

Answer:

Afraid not. This is a National Park. by Mike W.

Answer:

But you can find dog friendly place by using the “Pets allowed” filter in the app. by Mike W.

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Janine H. 1 year ago
Question:

How do we book this please ?

Answer:

It is booked through parks and wildlife WA park stay. Http://parks.dpaw.wa.gov.au/park-stay. by Darren T.

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7 Reviews

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kylie p.
9 months ago
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Guest A.
1 year ago
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Alana B.
1 year ago
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Troy J.
1 year ago

Beautiful camp spot adjacent to creek. Only toilet facilities available. Quite a few camp spot available along creek. $11 per person a night.

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Darren T.
1 year ago

Location

Worsley,
Western Australia

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Campsite
Management
National Parks
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9.92 km

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