This is a basic campsite at the Weira Reserve.
The Weira Reserve boasts a picturesque limestone breakaway with a gnamma hole. There are BBQ, picnic and camping facilities including toilet. Native flora and fauna abounds. Native orchids may be found on the bush trail and keep you eye out for the Red Capped Robin.
One of the main sources of water for the Aboriginal people were gnamma holes. These natural cavities are commonly found in hard rock, particularly granite outcrops, and as such act as natural water tanks, which are replenished from underground stores and rainwater run-off. Gnamma holes vary in shape and depth, and the small surface area of the hole helps to minimise evaporation.
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 nearest town or village.
We are still in the process of obtaining more information about this site.
Data Courtesy of: Mukinbudin Shire Council
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89.4 km Northwest of Bodallin, WA
Mukinbudin Shire Council