Herron Point Campsite
Herron Point Campground is a nature based camp situated along the white sandy shoreline of the Harvey Estuary offering families, travellers, locals and pets a relaxing place to camp.
Maximum of two nights only, except over Western Australian public holidays where four nights are permitted.
The maximum number of persons per site is capped at four adults and four children under 16 years.
Eligible Concession Card holders are persons with a Pensioner Concession Card, State Concession Card or Commonwealth Seniors Health Card with a WA Seniors Card.
There is no power onsite - generators are welcome between 8am - 8pm.
The central amenities block has male and female flushing toilets, running cold (non-drinkable) water and sufficient solar powered lighting at night
Dogs are welcome but please keep your pet on a lead at all times.
A communal bush kitchen is located centrally in the campground under the gazebo with a (non-drinkable) bore water sink for washing dishes and filling buckets.
A fire extinguisher is located in the bush kitchen.
Please make sure you bring sufficient drinking water for each person in your camp for the duration of your stay.
Fires are permitted in a self-contained unit/fire-pit during allocated times throughout the year, please check with the caretaker if you are allowed fires.
It is the caretakers right to call the police and remove any campers who are behaving in an aggressive manner or not complying with the above guidelines.
The nearest caravan dump point is located on Pinjarra-Williams Road, Pinjarra just south of Fimmel Lane.
Checkout is 10am unless arranged with the caretaker.
Potable water is not available
$7.50 (incl. GST) per night, per person over the age of 16 years.
$5.50 (incl. GST) per night, per person (eligible concession card holders)