About this park
From the moment you arrive your senses will come alive with the sight and smell of native trees. This park is covered by 17,000 hectares of ancient jarrah, marri and blackbutt forest.
The Collie River cuts through the Collie River Valley and has carved out many scenic spots where you can picnic, swim, canoe, and fish.
See the largest dam mural painting in the world at Wellington Dam. It was painted by artist Guido Van Helten and the sheer size of it will blow you away.
Spring is a great time to visit for colourful wildflowers and to see the river flowing. There are lots of native animals here and you might be lucky enough to see chuditch, quenda, quokka, brushtail possum and woylie.
Choose your own adventure and explore one of the many hiking trails or the awesome network of mountain bike trails.
Book your campsite at one of the campgrounds so you can stay a little longer.
Meals, snacks, drinks and mountain bike hire is available at the Kiosk at the Dam.
Whether you’re coming for the day or staying overnight in one of the popular campgrounds Wellington National Park has year-round appeal.
Review - Days of exploring and camping
This area shows so many attractions and camping sites!! There are toilets, camping, cooking facilities, swimming holes, areas to boat, jet-ski, fish and bushwalk, and having a 4wd isn’t a necessity! So much to see and do you can’t list them all and Collie is only 15mins down the road!! Please put it on your bucket list you won't regret 😊 Candy26172 – Trip Advisor
Canoeing and kayaking
Plants, wildlife and fungi
Visit the Atlas of Living Australia for a list of species recorded in Wellington National Park.
We recognise and acknowledge Kaniyang and Wilman people as the traditional owners of Wellington National Park.