Barrabup & Workmans Pool Camp Area

Waypoint: -33.95884 , 115.68883 GPS: -33.95402 , 115.69544
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Camping FeeToiletsAccessibleShadePicnic TablesFire PlaceBBQCaravansTent SiteNo GeneratorsNo PetsSwimmingWalkingRiver Fishing
  • Campground
  • Fishing Spot
Mowen Road
Nannup WA 6275
  • No bookings
  • Fire restrictions apply during fire season
  • BYO drinking water & firewood

Driving Directions

Proceed to waypoint 6.7km along Mowen Road from junction with Vasse Highway. Turn north at waypoint to the camp on dirt road.

Last updated by Katica on 28th February, 2013
St John Brook Conservation Park offers visitors a chance to enjoy fishing and swimming in Barrabup Pool. Vehicle-based camping is available at Workman’s Pool and Barrabup Pool, where there are picnic tables and toilets.
St John Brook Conservation Park is best known for the gently flowing St John Brook and its picturesque river pools.

Take care when swimming. Rocks and logs may be submerged in the water so please don’t dive, jump or swing into pools. Surfaces can be slippery when wet so please supervise children at all times.

TOP SPOT!
Two beautiful pools on the St John Brook. There are 5 camping bays at Barrabup Pool, and 6 at Workman's pool, a short distance downstream. Of these 2 and 3 bays repectively are big enough for modest size caravans. Very good pit toilets. Great camp less than an hour from Margaret River.

A century ago this was a thriving timber mill community. There is a picture of the fine house by Barrabup Pool occupied by the mill manager, and that pool was for the exclusive use of him and his family and guests. The mill workers had to use the pool downstream, hence its name!
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