Located 53 km from Manjimup in Southern WA Western Australia – Shannon National Park is well worth a visit.
Wind your way through karri, jarrah and marri giants in a 50 km Great Forest Drive or walk to Snake Gully Lookout and Big Tree Grove.
Bring your canoe or kayak to paddle on the Shannon River and dam.
Recent upgrades means there are now 60 campsites, two camp huts and upgraded walking trails.
Horses are welcome too, in the new horse camp area.
CAMPS Ambassador, Manda said, “This was a very unplanned and unknown camp that we stumbled across when looking for a camp in our Camps Australia Wide app. And gosh I am glad we did!”
“So much history right here, such lovely varied sites and so much peace and quiet. The amenities were fab too, there were even hot showers! Camp host was super friendly and helpful too.”
Birdwatchers, walkers, horseriders and kayakers can all enjoy this beautiful park national park. Menang People are the traditional custodians of the land, situated between Pemberton and Walpole.
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