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    • Yeah I’m thinking of doing another camping road trip Down South soon too, after I’ve done the final section of the Cape to Cape. Boranup Campground is perfect in spring while it’s warmish weather but still all green from the winter rains and ok for camp fires. Have you been to Point Road campground? If not you might like to check it out sometime. It’s in the northern part of the Boranup Forest among jarrah trees, less green and mossy than Boranup Campground but still very peaceful. It’s been years since I last camped there, but I still remember the many possums that got into our food! You can only really get there by 4WD or hiking.

  1. I love camping amongst the big trees at the Boranup Campsites and this is definitely once of my favourite places to stay. The first night I stayed there was a bit unnerving, the whole forest came alive after dark with nocturnal creatures. We had possums eyeing our dinner and owls hooting all night.

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