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    Default Camping South West of WA

    Hi ladies

    Has anyone been off road camping in the South West of WA, places such as Bremer Bay, Walpole, De'entrecasteau National Park, Fitzgerald NP etc

    Not at camping grounds, but 'bush'

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    I have been to marinyup camp grounds near dwellingup, waroona dam, australind camp grounds. Dp has told me about all the times he has been to black point down Albany/bremer way years ago.

    They are all spots that are in the bush. They also have long drop toilets at them as well but have clearings to pitch tents. They do have fees that a ranger collects though..

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    Thanks @DesperatelySeekingSleep you wouldn't know a way around having a camp fire during a total fire ban would you?

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    You can look up 'bush camps' on the DEC website too. We camped at Yagerup Dunes a couple years ago which was

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinkbug View Post
    Thanks @DesperatelySeekingSleep you wouldn't know a way around having a camp fire during a total fire ban would you?
    An electric cooker powered by power inverter maybe for cooking. Otherwise you could check the specific rules for the particular area you would be going to.

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    Thanks ladies

    Will have a look into it. Any other areas down there that you could recommend would be awesome

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