Attractions

Honeymoon Pool

Wellington

This popular camping and picnic area is located on the lower part of the Collie River and is ideal for a relaxing weekend outing or a base for adventure activities.

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Long Pool

A good place to cool down with a swim or paddle in the warm weather.

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Little Rock

This is a tranquil swimming area with calm pools and a picnic spot.

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Big Rock

A large river pool with plenty of flat rock surrounding it and many beautiful wildflowers in Spring.

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Rapids

The Rapids is a beautiful area for a picnic or listening to the fast flowing water in the Collie River below the dam wall. You can even swim or paddle in the large pool near the picnic area.

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Kiosk at the Dam

Grab a coffee, a snack, a meal, information or camping supplies while exploring Wellington National Park.

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The Quarry

Wellington

The granite quarry was the centre of industrial activity during construction of Wellington Dam in the 1930s. It is now used for abseiling and rock climbing (by booking only).

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Wellington Dam Lookout

Wellington

The best spot to view the amazing mural painted on the dam wall.

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Potters Gorge

Wellington

Enjoy a picnic in the forest, go for a bushwalk, and swim in the dam at Potters Gorge. Visit for just the day, or stay overnight in the campground.

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Wellington Dam

Enjoy spectacular views of the Wellington Dam, the mural on the dam wall and the Collie River Valley.

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Wellington Discovery Forest Centre

Situated in the magnificent jarrah forest, this centre offers an educational experience for everyone. 

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King Jarrah - Wellington National Park

See the majestic King Jarrah, one of the largest jarrah trees in Wellington National Park.

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Wellington Information Bay

Stop here for park information when you arrive.

Trails

Bibbulmun Wellington Spur Trail

Bush Walk
19 kilometres

The 19 kilometre Wellington Spur Trail links the Bibbulmun Track to the Wellington Dam recreation area which offers a range of other recreational activities including mountain biking and canoeing. Built with schools and other groups in mind the trail offers a range of walk options.

Sika Trail

Bush Walk
9.8 kilometres

This ten kilometre trail in Wellington National Park is a dual use mountain bike and walk trail.  It starts at the Wellington Dam kiosk and loops through jarrah and marri forest, returning via the Potters Gorge camping area on Wellington Dam to the kiosk.

Wiilman Bilya Trail

Bush Walk
19.7 kilometres

This 19.7 km moderately difficult trail is named after the traditional Noongar group (Wiilman) and the Noongar word for river (Bilya).  The trail commences at the Hamilton Peninsula on Coalfields Hwy, west of Collie and follows the water to Potters Gorge and Wellington Dam. Follow the brown boot markers

Jabitj Trail

Bush Walk
12 kilometres

The Jabitj Trail, meaning running water in the Noongar language,  is a 12 kilometre return trail that follows the Collie River between Wellington Dam and Honeymoon Pool in Wellington National Park.  It offers delightful views of the rapids and pools along the way.

Kurliiny Tjenangitj Trail

Bush Walk
9.5 kilometres

This 9.5 km, Grade 3 trail climbs high above the river to a lookout, before looping around behind the hill. Choose between the 5.5 km return, climb to the lookout or complete the entire 9.5 km loop.

Collie Mural Trail

Drive (2WD)
35.2 kilometres

The 35 km Collie Mural Trail is a mixture of country driving and an urban walk. Consisting of 40 stunning murals, the trail stretches from Wellington NP, with the breath-taking 8000 sqm Wellington Dam Mural, ‘Reflections’ as the centre piece to the centre of town.

Arklow Adaptive Trail

Mountain Bike
9.2 kilometres

Arklow Adaptive is a 9.2 km, hand cycle friendly green loop, in the Arklow Network near Collie, just two hours south of Perth.

Rock Berm and Roots

Mountain Bike
700 metres

The latest downhill track at Wellington Mills Downhill

Top Left Track

Mountain Bike
300 metres

If you start from the top and want to ride Gravity Track or Rock, Berms and Roots you need to ride this to link up to them.

Wals

Mountain Bike
2 kilometres

Wals Trail is 2 km of fast flowing turns and technical features, starting along Lennard Rd, in the Mt Lennard Trail Network, Wellington NP. Wals is currently the only black trail at Mt Lennard.

Butchers Trail

Mountain Bike
3.2 kilometres

This 3.2 km, blue trail makes you work hard on a old fire trail. Starting on Lennard Road and ending at the top end of Wals, it is part of the Mt Lennard Network of trails in Wellington NP

Central Line

Mountain Bike
700 metres

Another DH varient, one of the originals

Grizzly Trail

Mountain Bike
6 kilometres

The challenging Grizzly Trail starts on Lennard Road and meanders through six kilometres of jarrah forest adjacent to Pile road.  This blue trail is narrow with obstacles and technical features for those who are up for the challenge.

Lennard Half Circuit

Mountain Bike
7 kilometres

An easy 7 km loop starting on Lennard Road and meandering through the jarrah forest. It can be ridden alone as a circuit or as a handy return trail for Wals and Butchers Tracks.

Millbrook Trail

Mountain Bike
8.3 kilometres

The Millbrook Trail at Mt Lennard, Wellington NP is a big ride with lots of climbing. This blue trail is 8.3 km long and climbs a total of 370 m. When you get to the end of the trail you will either need to get a lift back to your car or ride another 3 km to where you started.

Pallet Track

Mountain Bike
1.5 kilometres

This 1.5 km blue trail is enjoyed by the more advanced rider looking for a challenge. You will find the trail along Lennard Road in the Mt Lennard Network of trails in Wellington NP.

Honeymoon Pool Kayak Trail. Wellington NP

Paddle
8 kilometres

This 8 km return kayak trail starts at Honeymoon Pool campground and follows the river downstream. There are some rapids that you have to walk around and the trail ends at a small waterfall where you can swim.

Campgrounds

The three campgrounds at Honeymoon Pool for tent camping only. Potters Gorge Campground has campsites suitable for caravans, campervans and tents.

Potters Gorge Campground

The campground is located on the shore of the Wellington Dam in a shady jarrah and marri forest setting.

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Honeymoon Pool Campground

A picturesque camping and picnic spot on the river.

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Honeymoon Pool - Gelcoat Campground

Gelcoat is by the river, downstream from Stones Brook.

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Honeymoon Pool - Stones Brook Campground

This popular part of Honeymoon Pool has 17 individual campsites, for tents only, set in the forest.

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