The free and large campground is located around and behind the sports ground. The area is accessible to caravans and big rigs with basic facilities. Larger rigs may camp near the tennis Courts where there is plenty of turning space and smaller rigs can find some shade behind the oval.
HOW TO GET THERE
The turnoff to the Sports Ground is in North Greenbushes and is located on the South Western Highway 9km South of Balingup or 18km North of Bridgetown. The turn off (to the South) is in between Greenbushes-Grimwade Road and Blackwood Road.
FEES & BOOKINGS
There is no charge for the use of this facility, so if you are staying at this site we encourage you to help keep it clean, and please visit and support the local community.
For further information you may call or email via the details below.
THINGS TO DO
Visitors will enjoy the local attractions:
Walks of Discovery
There are three forest walk trails that begin and end at the Heritage Park.
Mining Heritage Walk with its historic tunnel and several mine shafts.
New Zealand Gully two hour walk with water features and forests.
Greenbushes loop that connects to the Bibbulmun Track
Wattle Walk: A free guided walk in August each year.
Mine Lookout and Open Day
Visit the mine lookout to view the open cut mine and also see the replica of a Mining Hut.
Once every two years there is a very popular mine open day with a tour of the current mine.
The Greenbushes Pool Boardwalk
An area dredged for tin in the early 1900s is now a picnic area with a rotunda, barbecue, children’s play area and a walk with interpretive signage about the natural fauna and flora. A great place to have a barbecue, enjoy the boardwalk and the peacefulness of the location at any time of the year.
Visit the Heritage Tourism Award Winning Discovery Centre with an overview of the history, fauna and flora and an replica underground mine with the opportunity to set off a simulated mine blast. Great for adults and children.