Located just 2 hours from Perth in the heart of Dryandra Woodland, Congelin Camp Ground, located near Congelin Dam, has established campsites and basic facilities. With its extraordinary array of flora and fauna, Dryandra is an ideal location for nature based programs. Parks and Wildlife offers a range of guided activities designed to provide educational, interactive and enjoyable ways for students of all ages to learn about native plants and animals, local ecology and conservation issues.

Things to Do

  • A choice of 7 great trails which can be enjoyed by foot or bicycle, ranging in length from 1 to 27 kms.
  • A 25 km audio drive trail.
  • Barna Mia animal viewing enclosure and interpretive centre.
  • Bird watching, star gazing, spotlighting for animals, brilliant spring wildflower displays.
  • A selection of guided eco-activities during peak periods and on request for groups.


Located near the old Congelin Railway Dam, separate areas are available for caravan or camper and tent camping. The Congelin Walk Trail starts and finishes in the camping ground.

  • The family camping area consists of seven individual caravan or camper bays with tables, as well as a common BBQ area with two tables, two fire rings and one gas BBQ. One set of two toilets is at this site.
  • The group camping tent area accommodates up to 25 people. Five tables, five fire rings, one gas BBQ, a shelter with bench seats and two sets of two toilets are provided.
  • A small rainwater tank in the group camping area is available for use, but the water supply is not guaranteed and it is advisable for campers to bring their own water.
  • Open fires are only permitted during cooler months and some firewood is supplied at these times by Narrogin Parks and Wildlife. To preserve habitat for the local wildlife, campers are asked not to collect and burn wood from the surrounding bush areas.


  • $7.50 per adult per night, $5.50 adult concession, $2.20 per child (over 5 and under 16 years) per night.


For information about camping, walk trails, the audio drive trail, guided activities and Dryandra Woodland, contact the Parks and Wildlife Narrogin District Office on:
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