The Leschenault Peninsula Conservation Park is less than two hour’s drive from Perth. Within it, Belvidere campsite takes full advantage of its position between the Indian Ocean and the Leschenault inlet, with a beach minutes away and views of the inlet’s vast stretches of calm water. The quiet campsite is accessible by a good gravel road and there are bush toilets on-site. There’s also fuel for wood-burning barbeques and campfires, which - unless there’s a total fire ban - are allowed in designated areas. There are kangaroos in the neighbourhood as well as a day area near the inlet with a flush toilet and gas barbeque. However, it’s a good idea to bring your own fuel stove in case of a fire ban.
Continue south towards Bunbury from the Kwinana Freeway. About 145km south of Perth turn right into Buffalo Road to enter the Park.
Adults are $7 per night. Concession card holders $ 5 per night. Under 16’s are $2 per night. Phone: (08) 9735 1988