Update your books for a name change plus a brand new campsite at Lake Kepwari, in Australia’s West.
The new campground has now officially been opened at Collie’s Lake Kepwari. The site, known as the David Ugle Campground adds another 32 campsites to this spot beside the lake. It is located at the northern edge. The previous campground known as Lake Kepwari Burra Camp has been renamed to the Mick Murray Campground. This is to honour the contribution he made to the local community. Mick Murray Campground is the one located on the eastern side close to the boat ramp. With the inclusion of the new campground at David Ugle this brings the total number of sites to 53.
A new picnic area is also included with pathways, BBQ shelters and toilets. The new campground (David Ugle) has a walking trail access to a beach and is about 1.5 km from the boat ramp.
You can book up to six months in advance for one campsite only. The sites are compacted gravel and unpowered. You’ll need to supply drinking water, there’s pit toilets (no flush) with picnic tables and disabled friendly. There are benches and fire rings are included. Dogs are permitted on a leash and you can have a generator between 8 am and 6pm No dump point on site. While there are camping fees per person there is no vehicle entry charge .. pay online by ebooking …
Lake Kepwari is located 10 km SE of Collie and means ‘playing in water’ in the local Wiilman language. You can water ski here and it’s perfect for swimming and canoing, bush walking, picnicking.
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