Perth Hills Campsite

2 Ratings

Closed until further notice

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Top Questions

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Angie c. 11 months ago
Question:

Is this dog friendly and how far is it from the airport?

Answer:

No dogs allowed according to their website by Marton B.

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Guest A.
2 months ago
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1 year ago

Location

Allen Rd,
Sawyers Valley,
Western Australia

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Listing type
Campsite
Management
National Parks
Website
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Closest

Caltex Mundaring

4.05 km

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