Department of Environment and Conservation

Belvidere Camping Area, Leschenault Conservation Park, near Bunbury


Summary
  • A camping and picnic area in the Leschenault Peninsula Conservation Park
  • Camping fees apply
  • Barbecue and picnic facilities are provided
  • A unisex accessible toilet is provided on site
  • Parking is in unmarked compacted sand and limestone bays
Location (View Map)
Buffalo Road, Australind, WA Australia
Opening Hours
  • Open 24 hours
Telephone
  • 08 9734 1988

Parking
  • Parking is in the unmarked compacted limestone bays.
  • The ground is level between the parking area and the camp sites.
Parking area
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External access and entrance
  • Paths through the camping area are over reasonably level compacted limestone.
Picnic facilities
  • Some picnic tables are located over compacted limestone, some over loose sand.
  • Picnic tables are 75cm high with fixed bench seating on both sides.  There is space at either end suitable for a wheelchair user.
  • Picnic tables are sheltered by trees.

Toilet: Belvidere Camping Area, Male and Female Accessible toilet

  • Gender: Male/Female
  • Availability: Open 24 hours
  • Description:
    • A male and female accessible toilet located at the Belvidere Camping Area.
  • External access: The path to the toilets is located over compacted limestone and sand.
  • Main entrance: The main entry foyer is 145cm wide and requires a change in direction.
  • Toilet door: The swing toilet door is 84cm wide, is light to open and requires closing behind the user. It has a knob handle and a sliding bolt to close.
  • Pan height: 45cm.
  • Handrails: Provided.
  • Basin height: No basin provided.
  • Lighting: No artificial lighting provided. Translucent roof cladding provides natural light during daylight hours.
Toilet block Accessible toilet Toilet layout
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Rooms

Camping Area
  • There are 11 camping areas provided on site.
  • Each camping area has a picnic table and a fire ring with cooking height about 40cm high.

Information collected by: Department of Environment and Conservation

Care has been taken to ensure the accuracy of this information however no guarantee is given that the facility is fully accessible. Please advise the You're Welcome WA coordinator at the Disability Services Commission of any access changes since publication.