About this campground
We all know about Western Australia’s famous coastal attractions. If you fancy something different, check out the lesser-known natural landscapes of our state’s interior. This reserve is in the Great Victoria Desert. 200km north of Laverton, we can all agree it’s remote. This will hit the spot for lovers of wilderness camping adventures.
The reserve is a haven and refuge for plants and wildlife that live in the dry and desert regions of Western Australia. Yeo Lake, in the reserve is classed as one of the Important Wetlands in Australia.
Basic camping is offered at the homestead area. No fire wood collection is permitted within 10km of the homestead.From Winter through to Spring the wildflowers are at their best, it’s a great time to come!
Access is for four-wheel drive vehicles only and visitors must have provisions such as food, water, fuel and recovery gear.
Facilities include rain water tanks (it is recommended that water is boiled before use).
Plants, wildlife and fungi
Visit the Atlas of Living Australia for a list of species recorded within a 5km radius of Yeo Lake Homestead.
We recognise and acknowledge Aboriginal people as the traditional owners of Yeo Lake Nature Reserve.