Herron Point Campground

Herron Point - Visitors Walking Beach Track

Herron Point Campground is a nature based camp situated along the white sandy shoreline of the Harvey Estuary, offering families, travellers, locals and pets a relaxing place to camp.

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Herron Point Campground offers nature-based camping facilities suited for caravans, camper trailers, tents and long vehicles.

Advanced, online bookings are recommended.   

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Campers/visitors are requested to arrive during daylight only, in order to reduce disruption to campers already set up within the campgrounds. 

There are no overflow provisions.

Fee Information

  • $18.00 (GST Inclusive) per site, per night.

The maximum number of persons per site is capped at four adults and four children under 16 years.

Length of Stay

Camping at Herron Point is limited to a maximum of five nights, within any 21-day period.

Checkout is 10:00am unless arranged with the caretaker. 

Things to Keep in Mind

  • Please follow the directions of the caretaker/camp host.
  • There is no drinking water available on site, so guests are advised that they should bring sufficient drinking water for the duration of their stay.
  • The site speed limit is 8 km per hour
  • There is no onsite power. Generators are welcome between 9:00am - 11:00am and 2:00pm - 5:00pm
  • Guests should reduce noise after 10pm.
  • Dogs are welcome but should be on a lead at all times.  1080 baits are sometimes placed in adjacent bushland, which can be fatal to dogs.
  • A communal basic bush kitchen is located centrally in the campground under the gazebo with (non-drinkable) bore water available for washing dishes and filling buckets.
  • A fire extinguisher is located in the bush kitchen. The caretaker/camp host has additional fire extinguishers.
  • The central amenities block has flushing toilets, running cold (non-drinkable) water and sufficient solar powered lighting at night.
  • Guests are asked to not wash sand down the drains in the bush kitchen or amenities block.
  • Open camp fires are permitted in any of the three, self-contained fire-pits provided between 1 May and 30 September (prohibited between 1 October and 30 April or during a Total Fire Ban) please check with the caretaker if you are allowed a camp fire. (Firewood cannot be collected onsite). Fully encapsulated gas appliance may be used throughout the year, unless otherwise directed.
  • Check in time is from 2pm. Checkout is at 10:00am unless otherwise approved by the caretaker.
  • The nearest caravan dump point is located on Pinjarra-Williams Road, Pinjarra just south of Fimmel Lane.
  • Lake Clifton Caravan Park offers our campers a hot shower for $5/person.

Location: Old Coast Road, Lake Clifton.
Contact Number: 08 9739 1255.


Booking and Cancellation Conditions

  • Guests are only permitted to stay for a maximum of five days in a 21-day period. Guests booking in contravention of this rule will not be permitted to stay and no refund will be offered.
  • You must contact us by email (dtvc@murray.wa.gov.au) if you wish to cancel your booking.
  • Cancellations received 21 days prior to arrival will receive a full refund, less a booking fee of 2% of the cost of the transaction.
  • Cancellations received between 20 and 7 days prior to arrival will receive a 50% refund.
  • Cancellations with less than 7 days notice will receive no refund.
  • Refunds may take up to 30 days to be processed.
  • For extended bookings (2 nights or more): If you do not arrive within 24 hours of your booking commencing, without prior notification by email (dtvc@murray.wa.gov.au), your booking will lapse. A refund will not be provided and the site will be available for alternate occupancy.
  • The right is absolutely retained for the Shire to cancel, amend or reschedule any booking.   
  • Where a booking is cancelled for behavioural related matters (whilst on site), a refund will not be provided.
  • Bookings are not transferable.









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