Wellington National Park
If you enjoy spending your summer days lazing by flowing rivers, relaxing on balmy summer evenings or recreating beside the tranquil waters of a lake or river, then Wellington National Park is for you. You will equally enjoy the National Park if you prefer wondering through the forest on sunny winter days or snuggling at night by a cosy log fire.
The Wellington National Park and proposed extentions consist of 17 000Ha of Western Australia's unique eucalypt forests of Jarrah, Marri and Yarri (Blackbutt). The icon and central feature of the Park is the beautiful Collie River Valley with its ancient valley gorge below the magnificent lake situated behind the Wellington Dam
Wellington National Park is ideally situated for day or overnight visits, being close to Perth and all other centres of the South West. The area is popular all year round with magnificent shows of wildflowers every spring; camping, cycling, swimming, fishing, marroning (in season only), rafting, canoeing or just relaxing.
Information for this National Park has been supplied courtesy of The Western Australia Department of Conservation and Land Management