This former pastoral station, Lake Mason Homestead is now a free camp, there is free entry to the remote Lake Mason Conservation Park and you cannot book sites. However, no pets allowed.
The Parks and Wildlife Service have advised that Lake Mason does have a flushing toilet, hot donkey shower and a firepit. BYO drinking water – untreated bore water is also available.
Travelling with their CAMPS book, Jane Duinmeyer recently visited Lake Mason and thought we would enjoy their photos:
“We laughed and laughed at the facilities, or lack thereof and the shower…
…and toilets were our favourite.”
“We love your book and the amazing amount of information.”
Thanks Jane! The cattle station “Berrigun” was settled in 1906, before they swapped to sheep. The station has an 80 year history, check out the memorabilia. Now a state government conservation park recognising traditional custodians, with 150 hectares there for protection of native fauna and flora, including a salt lake system.
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