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Potters Gorge

Potters Gorge is situated in the magnificent Wellington National Park, on the shores of Wellington Dam. It has 60 shady campsites and will accommodate large vehicles, caravans, tents and camper trailers.

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Wellington National Park

Experience the natural wonder of 17 000 hectares of Western Australia’s unique Jarrah, Marri and Yarri (blackbutt) forests at Wellington National Park, known and loved by millions for its beautiful waterways, rugged forest, and adventure options.

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Glen Mervyn Dam

Surrounded by forest and away from everywhere in the picturesque Preston Valley, you will find Glen Mervyn Dam. On weekends it explodes with water-skiers and campers.

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Lake Brockman and Logue Brook Dam

Just outside of Harvey, hidden among the leafy state park is where you’ll find the clear waters of Lake Brockman (also known as  Logue Brook Dam). Whether you want camping, swimming, water skiing, canoeing or paddleboarding, you can do it all here. You can even fish for trout year-round.

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Stockton Lake

Like its nearby counterpart, Black Diamond, Stockton Lake boasts beautiful blue water and you can camp there too. It’s a perennial favourite with water-skiers and it’s depth (it was once an open cut mine) makes it perfect for scuba-diving.

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