Enjoy marshmallows and stories around the campfire


During the winter months when the campfire restrictions are lifted, you can build a campfire in one of the designated fire rings to toast your marshmallows or cook your sausages.  Share a few stories and enjoy the warmth as you gaze up at a huge canopy of stars. Enjoy the true bush camping of yesteryear, and re-live your own childhood with a great Aussie camping experience. Bring your own wood from home or purchase it at the office – but please do not collect it from the National Park.


Relax with a book from our library & check out our interpretive information


Find a comfy spot and enjoy a relaxing read from our growing library including novels and reference books.  There are many quiet spots in and around the mill, under cover or under a tree.  Bring your own books (including those that you have finished reading) to swap from the book swap or just borrow one of our library books (library books are not to be taken away from the facility, though our swap books can be taken with you as long as you swap a book in).  As we are building the library up, we request that you swap two books or magazines for one. There is no charge for the book swap.



Discover our 'Snotty Gobble Climbing Forest'


The Snotty Gobble Climbing Forest incorporates rope challenges, climbing logs and a bird’s nest swing. There is also a sand pit, stepping logs and a large lawn area adjacent for games of cricket and soccer (sports equipment supplied in a bucket in the mill building). Children must be supervised by an adult at all times.







Kids will delight in toasting marshmallows


Go exploring around the National Park

Hang out of a tree



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to the exhilarating

mountain bike trails

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Reinvigorating walks

on our doorstop

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Popular walk & cycle trail

at the end of our driveway

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camp amidst the Jarrah, Marri and Karri trees

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Huge undercover area

for all seasons