About this campground
Dulundi (Silent Grove) is a medium-size campground near Dalmanyi (Bell Gorge).
Bookings are essential and can be made up to 180 days (approximately six months) before arrival and for one campsite only for 1 June to 31 October. For other periods, booking will be available when the seasonal opening and closing of the park is confirmed.
Specific campsites cannot be reserved. Select from campsites in the area booked that are vacant on arrival at the campground.
If you are an outdoor education provider, licensed commercial tour operator or are organising an event (friends, family and other social groups camping together does not constitute an event), contact Parks and Wildlife Service West Kimberley District Office (Broome) to discuss your requirements.
Mobile phone and internet - coverage is intermittent. Check with your service provider before you go.
The campground has a generator area and a quiet (no generator) area with no marked campsites and no power.
Flush toilets and showers.
Picnic tables and benches.
Communal use firepits.
Campfires are permitted seasonally and in the provided fire rings only.
Collecting firewood and kindling is not permitted in national parks and other conservation reserves.
Dogs are not permitted.
Generator use is permitted in the generator area only and between 7am and 8pm only.
Do not empty chemical toilet waste into campground toilets. Carry waste out of the park for disposal in an authorised dump point.
A per person camping fee and a per vehicle park entry fee apply.
Camping fee must be paid by Mastercard or VISA when booking.
Vehicle entry fee may be paid when booking, on arrival at Wunaamin Conservation Park or by purchasing a park pass and is required for motor vehicles only. Payment is not required for trailers including camper trailers and caravans.
No booking fee.
A fee may apply if you cancel or remove dates from a booking.
Drinking water is not provided.
Wunaamin Conservation Park is in very remote Australia.
Ensure you have sufficient supplies (including water, food, fuel, medication and first aid), and equipment and clothing appropriate for the conditions before travelling.
Be prepared for an emergency. For alerts, warnings and advice go to: Emergency WA.
Pay attention to all warning signs, however just because a sign isn’t there doesn’t mean crocodiles aren’t present. If you are unsure don't swim, canoe or use small boats in estuaries, tidal rivers or pools and contact the nearest Parks and Wildlife office.
Plants, wildlife and fungi
Visit the Atlas of Living Australia for a list of species recorded within a 5km radius of Dulundi (Silent Grove) Campground.
We recognise and acknowledge Ngarinyin Aboriginal people as the traditional owners of Wunaamin Conservation Park.
The ranges are now referred to as the Wunaamin Miliwundi ranges, combining both Wilinggin word ‘Wunaamin’ and Bunuba word ‘Miliwundi’ to specifically name the mountain ranges. Note the difference in spelling between Miluwindi Conservation Park and Wunaamin Miliwundi Ranges. This is explained by Bunuba people having different variations and pronunciations of the word for nearby areas. For example, Miluwindi is the area the conservation park is located, while Miliwundi is the name of the mountain range that is located within Bunuba country.