Potters Gorge- Wellington National Park

Unnamed Road Worsley Western Australia 6225 AU

Potters Gorge is a DPAW site which sits on the shore of the Wellington Dam within a large shady Jarrah and Marri forest.  Spacious campground with 60 individual sites (many with their own tent pads), contained within three loops that cater for small, medium and large campervans or caravans. Each loop has a double cubicle toilet and picnic shelters housing double gas barbecues. 

The camp grounds have a large group area and day area, camp kitchen and a drop point. Walk paths provide easy access around the site with mobility impaired visitors being catered for also to a number of the sites and facilities.

Picnic tables and wood barbecues are provided. The adjacent day use picnic area has gas barbecues, flush toilets and change rooms, along with an outside shower for rinsing off after swimming. Non potable water is provided. BYO drinking water. 

Campfires are seasonally permitted, in the provided fire rings only, between 6pm and 10am but fire restrictions may be imposed at any time and without notice. Bring your own firewood. 

Bookings cannot be made – busy during school holidays.

Facilties Available
Toilets, BYO Water, Disabled access, BBQ, Bins, Fireplace, Swimming, Scenic, Shade