Moorine Rocks Picnic Area

GPS: -31.23078 , 118.97861
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  • Day Use Area
  • Camping Area
Noongar North Road
North Bodallin WA 6424
  • Bush camp and picnic area
  • No amenities
  • Bushwalking, rock climbing & birdwatching
  • Please take your rubbish with you
Last updated by Clyde Camel on 11th October, 2014
Moorine Rocks Picnic Area Is a bush camp and an interesting place to visit for a picnic. There are fireplaces but no picnic tables or bins.
The area is inhabited by low scrub which offers little shade. There are no amenities here.

This is a place where wildflowers can be enjoyed in season and bushwalking and birdwatching at almost any time. The rocks are easy to climb and offer some great views across the landscape.

There is a weak mobile phone signal at the picnic area but it is very strong on top of the rock.

There is a well here that was built by explorer C.C. Hunt in 1862. It does not contain water, but was carefully lined with rocks.

Most caravans will be OK here, but the tight turns and limited room make it unsuitable for large rigs.
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