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Lake Brockman Tourist Park

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Sonia Bennett, campsite manager, Aircamper since September 2018

This listing has been verified by the campsite manager and was last updated June 2021.

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1 year ago

amazing lake and great campsite, quite a few sand flies so bring bug spray

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Chad E.
1 year ago

Great location. Stayed here for one night only, but definitely will go back soon. Lots of people boating in the lake, so it's not really quiet in the weekends. Good for kids as they can ride bicycles and go swimming. Don't forget to bring an insect repellent.

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Guest A.
1 year ago
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Peter F.
1 year ago

Friendly service simple basic loved it will be going back

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Guest A.
2 years ago


Logue Brook Dam Road,
Cookernup WA 6220

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