Lake Poorrarecup Camping Area

Waypoint: -34.35204 , 117.22524 GPS: -34.41813 , 117.23724
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Camping FeeDay Rest AreaToiletsShowersNon Drinking WaterShadePicnic TablesNo PetsSwimmingPhoto OpportunityPublic Boat Ramp
  • Camping Area
  • Overnight Rest Area
  • Day Use Area
  • Boat Ramp
Lake Poorrarecup Road
Frankland WA 6396
Tel: (08) 98261008
  • Fires prohibited 1 October – 30 April each year
  • No dogs or motorbikes allowed
  • Boat ramp
  • Fee for camping in peak periods

Driving Directions

Proceed to waypoint 13km east of Frankland on Cranbrook Frankland Road. Turn south onto Lake Poorrarecup Road. Proceed on dirt road for 9km. Turn west onto track for 200m to picnic area on lake.

Last updated by the Manager on 6th October, 2016
Lake Poorrarecup is the larger of the district lakes and is popular for swimming and skiing during summer. Free camping allowed here in off peak periods, but when a caretaker is in residence, a fee applies.
The lake looks inviting but there is a sign warning of amoebic meningitis, so swim at your own risk!

Change rooms, toilets and BBQ facilities all available.

Camping fees of $10.00 per passenger vehicle/motorbike per day for camping at Lake Poorrarecup during peak periods when caretakers are in residence.

Camping is permitted in designated areas only and campers should report to the caretakers upon arrival to obtain a camping permit.

When the water level is below 1.5m, skiing is not allowed. Check with Cranbrook Shire before taking your boat there.

Lake Poorarecup is approx. 40km from Cranbrook, with access from the Frankland Road.
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