Warren National Park WA
Warren National Park WA encompasses some of the south-west’s most spectacular karri forest. Karri trees reach heights of almost 90 metres. Karri trees also tower over an enchanting world of lush undergrowth. Also wildflowers and colourful fungi live under these trees. The picturesque Warren River flows through the park. Flowing smoothly around corners and tumbling over rapids. Located 15 kilometres south-west of Pemberton. The park also covers 3,131 hectares. Therefore, why not visit the Warren National Park on your next camping trip.
Also campsites are spacious and have plenty of shade.
Space and shade are also important for camping.
Also no Bookings Required. National Park Pass Required. Camping Fees apply.