Moingup Springs Campground

GPS: -34.40164 , 118.10324
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  • Campground
  • National Park
Cnr Chester Pass Road & Toolbrunup Road
Amelup WA 6338
Tel: (08) 9842 4500
  • Limited caravan sites – all unpowered
  • Picking wildflowers prohibited

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76km north of Albany on Chester Pass Road

Moingup Springs campground is the only campground within Stirling Range National Park, approximately 100km north-east of Albany. The park is renowned for its incredible floral diversity.
Enjoy the evening and early morning birdlife and frequent overnight visits from kangaroos at this campground. Take you own drinking water, and be prepared for sudden weather changes.

The Stirling Range National Park is 64km long, 18km wide and about 1100km² in area. Fifteen peaks are over 1000 metres including the highest Bluff Knoll (1073m) and about 50 over 500metres. Whilst not high by world standards, their sheer ruggedness suggest a far greater height.

The Stirling Range provides the tourist with the opportunity to experience and an entire mountain range maintained in its natural state. It is one of the most outstanding botanical reserves in Australia and is noted for its spectacular wildflowers, some of which are unique to the area and cannot be found growing in their natural state anywhere else in the world.

The Ecology of the Park is very delicately balanced. To ensure its preservation, camping and BBQ’s are permitted only where facilities and provided and picking of wildflowers is strictly prohibited.

Light snow sometimes falls on the higher peaks during winter but rarely lasts more than several hours.
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Ringo
18/03/2015
Nice area to stay, has 4 caravan bays but camper/trailers and motor homes will use these bays as they are level but their bays aren't. use the water from the rain water tanks by the toilets and boil before drinking, the water in the toilet and a tap near one of the BBq's are bore water
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