Lake Brockman Tourist Park

WA
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Lake Brockman Tourist Park in WA sits in a forest setting alongside popular Logue Brook Dam. It’s the perfect spot for camping, waterskiing, swimming, fishing, canoeing, bushwalking, mountain biking and more. This holiday haven offers caravan sites, camping, and cabin accommodation surrounded by nature. Children will love the adventure playground and BMX pump tracks. You’ll love the cosy cabins, onsite kiosk and huge range of outdoor activities. For hiking, there’s Bibbulman Track and for biking, there’s Munda Biddi trail, one of the longest off-road cycling trails in the world. Or turn this into a wine trail holiday, visiting Harvey’s nine award-winning wineries.

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BBQ
BBQ
Boat Ramp
Boat Ramp
Dump Point
Dump Point
Kiosk/Store
Kiosk/Store
Playground
Playground
Camp Kitchen
Camp Kitchen
Kids Facilities
Kids Facilities
Tour Desk
Tour Desk
Camp Fire
Camp Fire
Laundry
Laundry
Bike/Pump Track
Bike/Pump Track
Cafe/Restaurant
Cafe/Restaurant
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BBQ
BBQ;
Boat Ramp
Boat Ramp;
Dump Point
Dump Point;
Kiosk/Store
Kiosk/Store;
Playground
Playground;
Camp Kitchen
Camp Kitchen;
Kids Facilities
Kids Facilities;
Tour Desk
Tour Desk;
Camp Fire
Camp Fire;
Laundry
Laundry;
Bike/Pump Track
Bike/Pump Track;
Cafe/Restaurant
Cafe/Restaurant;
Current Deals
Park Info
In forest surrounds and alongside the clear water of Logue Brook Dam, Lake Brockman Tourist Park offers caravan, camping and cabin accommodation surrounded by nature.
 
Logue Brook Dam is 125 kilometres south of Perth and a popular place for camping, water skiing, swimming, fishing, canoeing, windsurfing, sailing, bushwalking and mountain biking. Like most great Western Australian parks, this region offers a range of exciting or laidback activities guaranteed to satisfy the diverse needs of all visitors to the area.
 
Lake Brockman Tourist Park has fantastic facilities for younger guests including a rambling, interactive adventure playground that will captivate children, and two BMX pump tracks.
 
Your accommodation choices included powered and non-powered caravan and camping sites, as well as cosy cabins. If you’re travelling with a very large group, Lake Brockman Tourist Park offers Bunkhouses which provide the perfect solution. They sleep up to eight guests and are set up in an open plan configuration, kitchenette, reverse cycle air-conditioning and BBQ. There are two queen beds and two sets of bunks.

The Park Homes sleep up to five people, offering queen sized bed in one room and double bed with a bunk in the other. These cabins have their own bathroom facilities, and all linen and towels are included.  The standard cabins sleep six people in a comfortable set-up but without a private bathroom.

If you’re keen on camping, you can choose between powered sites that also have water and are set in the forest and close to the dam, or unpowered sites for a truly authentic camping experience. 

Whatever type of accommodation you select, you’ll be able to make use of Lake Brockman Tourist Park’s facilities including the onsite kiosk / store, restaurant, laundry, boat ramp, camp fires, camp kitchen and more.
 
Lake Brockman really does have something for everyone. You can canoe, swim, fish for Trout or even water ski on Logue Brook Dam. Alternatively, if you like hiking, you can take one of the walking trails through the forest where you can bird watch and completely immerse yourself in nature.  There’s the Bibbulman Track, a 1000km walking trail. This Lake Brockman camping site is also close to the Munda Biddi trail, one of the longest off-road cycling trails in the world.  

If on the other hand, you’d prefer to stay close and relax, the balcony of the onsite café is the perfect place. It overlooks the forest and dam, so you can enjoy breakfast, a light lunch, or just a great cup of coffee or tea.

The neighbouring township of Harvey is a vibrant place to visit, surrounded by lush green pastures, majestic forests of the Darling Ranges and 50 kilometres of undulating coastline. Harvey is home to nine award-winning wineries, providing a wonderful wine and food trail to follow.
 
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