You will find many places within easy walking distance to stop for a picnic. Most of these provide picnic tables, water and toilets.


We also have a number of very good camping sites, some with facilities, along the banks of the Blackwood River.


Picnic area  
Picnic Sites Only (No Camping)

Lions Park

Lions Tourist Park

Set on the banks of the Blackwood River on the road to Kojonup, this park has a natural bush setting and provides picnic tables, toilets, water, and night lighting. The Bicentennial Walk Trail along the river leads to the Music Park where the sound shell, water, picnic table and outdoor gym equipment can be enjoyed. While on the Bicentennial Walk a short detour into the Caravan Park will provide an opportunity to see the only remaining Flax Mill site within Australia with interesting buildings and a sand sculpture of international standard.

Sandakan Park

Sandakan Park

Located behind the Town Hall and right in the middle of town, this park is home to the Sandakan Memorial which honours those prisoners of war who lost their lives in the Borneo Death Marches in WWII. There is a free BBQ, access to a power point and water, gazebo shelters, picnic tables, a large playground under sails, a skateboard rink, three hologram sculptures, and open parkland. Access to the toilets is behind the Town Hall.

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TIC Park

Visitor Centre Reserve

This small park is in the heart of the town behind the oldest building in the townsite, home to the Visitor Information Centre, the Carnaby Beetle and Butterfly Collection, the Kradle Doll collection, and many local products for sale. Also find picnic tables, a gazebo, disabled access toilets with baby changing facilities. With a grassed area and shady trees, this park is close to shops.

Music Park

Music Park

Situated on the Riverside in Jackson Street on the way to the Flax Mill Caravan Park, the Music Park offers a picnic table, water, large open spaces and outdoor gym equipment. This facility is a designated dog exercise area together with the nearby oval. A stroll along the Bicentennial Walk Trail by the river will bring you out at the Lions Tourist Park. This trail is 6 km long and travels around the outskirts of the town through two bush reserves where wild flowers are abundant in season, and along the banks of the Boyup Brook to return you to this point. The nearby Flax Mill at the Caravan Park site is worth a visit.



Boyup Brook Billabong

On the banks of the Boyup Brook, this is a fully natural setting where a very small pool and rock formations provide a tranquil experience. Access is across the footbridge behind the Railway buildings. On the way down to the water you will find a picnic table where, if you are very lucky and quiet and patient, you may see robin red breasts or blue wrens amongst other small bird life. Much work is being carried out to try to restore this part of the Brook to its former natural beauty.

Camping & Picnic Sites

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Trigwells Bridge
(S 33© 40’ 27.1” - E 116© 35’ 55.6”)

Situated on the boundary of the Shire of Boyup Brook and the Shire of West Arthur where the bridge crosses the Blackwood River on the Boyup Brook-Arthur River Road. The land is owned by the Shire of West Arthur. Close to the road, the entrance is off Trigwell Bridge Road. There is ample room for caravans to park and turn around, a picnic table, access to the riverside, and a large pool suitable for water craft. When the river contains sufficient water this can be a starting point for a canoe journey right through to Boyup Brook. No swimming due to underwater snags. Take all rubbish when with you when leaving. Camping and cooking fires are banned from 30th October to 1st April.


Eulin Crossing Reserve
(S 33© 42’ 04” - E 116© 40’ 27.9”)

Access is into Eulin Crossing Road from Boyup Brook-Arthur River Road or Kulikup North Road. The campsite is at the Kulikup North Road end. An excellent place for a bush picnic, with picnic table, flat sandy beach-like access to the river, an earthen boat launching ramp, and a large pool 6km long and very wide in some places. A very popular spot for water activities, water birds, and wildflowers in season. Beware of underwater snags if swimming. Large enough for several camp sites and suitable for smaller caravans, campervans and tents. No facilities. Take all rubbish when with you when leaving. Camping and cooking fires banned from 30th October to 1st April.


Querijup Pool
(S - 33© 58’ 01.2” E - 116© 30’ 38.9”)

The entrance is left off Scotts Brook Road 6 km from the Boyup Brook-Kojonup Road near to Scotts Brook Vineyard. A large reserve with open bush parkland and good camping, but no facilities. A track leads to a quiet crossing on Scotts Brook. Many native birds and kangaroos can be spotted. Take all rubbish when with you when leaving. Camping and cooking fires banned from 30th October to 1st April.


Tone Bridge
(S - 34© 13’ 39” E - 116© 42’ 15.9”)

Enter off the Boyup Brook-Cranbrook Road next to the Bridge over the Tone River on the south side. Suitable as an overnight stop or picnic area, with BBQ, picnic tables, toilet, and shelter. Easy access for caravans. Take all rubbish when with you when leaving. Camping and cooking fires banned from 30th October to 1st April.