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Lake Kepwari, South West of WA

We had been home for a few weeks after our big trip to bring "Marmalade", our new Sunland caravan, home.

Even though it was cool & rainy we decided to try out a new location we had never been to before, Lake Kepwari, just South of Collie in Western Australia. As this site is run by DBCA (Department of Biodiversity Conservation and Attractions) we had to book online, choose the site you wanted from their map & pay your $7per person, per night.

When we arrived there we were very impressed by the layout & size of the individual sites, table & chairs & firepit on each site, the clean drop toilets & the impressive undercover gas bbq x 2 & bar seating overlooking the Lake. We enjoyed our walks along the Lakefront. The facilities also included a boat ramp area which had a couple of undercover bbqs & seating areas for picnickers.

We took a trip into Collie on Saturday. Deborah found a craft shop in town.

Inside the railway sheds we found a train carriage which serves as a cafe every second Sunday when the markets are on.

Collie has a mural trail. Here is a little chap we found in an alleyway.


On our way back from Collie to the campground we found the Collie Motorplex where they just happened to be racing.

Posted by iandeborah 08:21

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Looks great must get lots of people there in warmer months. Enjoy.😀

by Melanie

Another wonderful adventure 🥰

by Rose

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