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Wellington Dam

Fed by the Collie River, Wellington Dam is the largest dam in the South West and the second largest in Western Australia. It was constructed in 1933 and enlarged in 1956, and the power station was built in the 1950s.

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Lake Preston

Lake Preston, located just north of Myalup, extends 20 kilometres in the Yalgorup National Park. Preston is one of ten lakes in the national park that lies in the depressions between a series of coastal dunes, parallel to the coast.

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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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Honeymoon Pool

The beautiful, serene Honeymoon Pool in Wellington National Park is another BunGeo Instagram hot spot. It’s a wide natural pool surrounded by graceful peppermints, and Jarrah and Marri forest along the Lower Collie River.

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