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Leaning Marri Campground - Lake Yeagarup


Six tent campsites including a large group campsite amongst Jarrah/Marri forest, close to Yeagarup Dunes and Lake Yeagarup


Hours: Daily


Leaning Marri features 6 small camp sites suitable for tents, small camper trailers and campervans. Camp fires are not permitted in these sites. There is also a large group camping area with picnic tables and a fire ring. All sites are shady and well protected from the wind. There is a toilet block and a large picnic shelter for all campers to share. Leaning Marri is not suitable for large caravans or large camper trailers/camper vans.

See if you can spot the tree which gives Leaning Marri its name. Quite the character, its trunk has grown at a 30-degree angle before straightening out and heading for the sky.

No pets are allowed.

Campfires are usually permitted, in the provided fire ring at the large group camping area only, between April 15 and November 30 but fire restrictions may be imposed at any time and without notice.

When fire restrictions are in place campfires must not be lit and any appliance powered by burning solid fuel must not be used. Always comply with any instructions at campgrounds and parks.

Campers´ own liquid or gas fuel barbeques, stoves and heaters can be used at any time, unless a total fire ban has been declared (see Department of Fire and Emergency Services).

Bookings cannot be made. There is no guarantee of availability of camp sites and is on a first in, first served basis. Be prepared with an alternative place to stay in case there is no suitable site available.

Park entry fees apply in D’Entrecasteaux National Park. Camping Fees apply - $7.50 per adult, concession & child rates available. Self-registration huts are at the entrance.



From Pemberton travel south and turn onto Vasse Highway towards Nannup. Turn left onto Old Vasse Rd, then right onto Ritter Rd. Continue until you enter the Lake Yeagarup area, entrance to the campground is on the right.



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Rated by 3 guests
Grant S
Great fun but make sure you have the right equipment
The bare minimum equipment required is a compressor to pump up your tyres after the trip. You won’t make it up the first hill on road pressures. You should also have recovery tracks and a snatch strap. Once you have all of this you will have a ball. A beautiful beach, although windy when we were there and plenty of isolation.

Phil W
Even without a 4 wheel drive you can visit
These dunes are worth a visit. Like a white sand desert in the in the middle of the forest. If you have a big four wheel drive you can drive there but in a normal car park at the lake and walk the 1.2 km - its not hard walk.

David R
The best way to see this if you are not a 4WDer is to go on a Pemberton Discovery Half Day Tour - Graeme and his tema provide an unforgettable experience