Logue Brook Dam Overnighter
Brief:An overnight camp at the P&W Logue Brook Campground.
We will travel to the P&W campground at Logue Brook Dam via Dwellingup and Hoffmans Mill. From our meeting point, we will head to Dwellingup for morning tea and then head south on either the Murray River Fireline if it is open or, if not, Nanga Road through to Hoffmans Mill and Logue Brook.
We will be travelling through Lane Poole Reserve. Entry fees apply - $13.00 per vehicle ($7.00 per vehicle for concession card holders). $0.00 if you have a National Parks Pass.
It will be a leisurely drive, stopping to look at points of interest as we go. We will be using established forest tracks and, provided the weather is reasonable and there is not a lot of water around, I expect the driving will be easy. The trip is therefore suitable for drivers of all skill levels.
For information about the Logue Brook campsite, see the attachments. See also http://parks.dpaw.wa.gov.au/site/logue-brook-campground
Logue Brook campsite has (non-flush) toilets. You need to bring your own water. There is a camp kitchen with a BBQ plate, picnic table and benches. The campsite is adjacent to the Lake Brockman Tourist Park which has a café which serves breakfast and lunch, but not dinner.
Fees apply - $11.00 adult, $3.00 for a child over 5 and free for children under 5. You will need to book your own camp site. The number to ring is 9733 5402 and that gets you through to the Logue Brook Tourist Park who take the bookings. I have booked Site 10 in the Karrak area (see the attached map) and they are aware that I am part of a group – Subaru 4WD Club of WA.
There are only 12 tent sites available in Karrak and they are on split levels so the tent is set up below (on a sandy pad) and the car is parked above. If you want to bring a camper, you will need to book a site elsewhere in the campground.
On Sunday, we will head out to South Western Highway and home.