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Mt Trio Bush Camp & Caravan Park

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3 Reviews

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Jarred C.
5 months ago

Excellent campsite. Feels very alpine like. It has amazing views of Mt Trio and it’s only a 20 minute drive from Bluff Knoll, will definitely be back.

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9 months ago

Has flushing toilets, showers and a decked out campers kitchen. So many stars at night (would be more if you could turn the toilet block lights off but oh well). Plenty of sites and a mixture of powered and unpowered ones. A good campsite for those wanting to do hikes along the Stirling Ranges ($16 a night but worth it considering all the amenities). Would definitely recommend. Is about an hour out of Albany though

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Brett E.
1 year ago

Have stayed here twice and am about to stay again. Love it here. The facilities are great.


4850 Salt River Road,
Western Australia,

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