Last Updated May 2013
True outback camping in one of the most botanically diverse parks in this region, next to the Irwin River.
This is near the site of the first Western Australian coal mine, and there are still mine shafts present. Take care around these, especially with children.
There are basic facilities here suitable for caravans through to tents in defined campsites. Gas barbecue facilities and picnic tables are also provided.
There is a maximum of 3 nights here during the peak season.
Fees only apply at this campsite during the peak wildflower season (usually mid July to October) when rangers collect the fees. ($7 per person per night - Children $2)
This is a free camping area.
No bookings are required for Miners Camp
Longdrop or composting
No water available at this campsite
Fires may be allowed in built fire places. Please check local fire bans and rules.
Gas/electric barbeques available.
There are no known swimming spots at this campsite.
There is no fishing at or near this campsite.
There is no canoeing or kayaking at or near this campsite
One of the most botanically diverse regions in this part of Australia, the real attraction to this park is seeing it when the wildflowers blanket the landscape.
This site is accessable by caravans in good weather.
The campground is signed off Coalseam Road in Coalseam Conservation Park. It is about 1 hour west from Geralton, 30km south from Mingenew and 60km North from Mullewa.
The road is gravel, however in good condition and OK for caravans in good weather.
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