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Oak Park Picnic Area - North of Goomalling


North of Goomalling on the Botherling East Rd (approx 7km) right in the middle of the wheat fields. Top little spot and a bit uneven but it has toilets, BBQ and a picnic table. It can be a bit small but if you need/want more room across the road is a flat area you could park 150 RVs in.



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Peter1059 wrote:

North of Goomalling on the Botherling East Rd (approx 7km) right in the middle of the wheat fields. Top little spot and a bit uneven but it has toilets, BBQ and a picnic table. It can be a bit small but if you need/want more room across the road is a flat area you could park 150 RVs in.


G;day again Peter,  I've had a look for the camp site you mentioned, it isn't in the camps 5 book that I have so, I had a look in a book called Roads & Tracks of W.A. the nearest site listed there is very near the intersections of Oak Park Rd, &  Beering Rd just a little South of Pryor Rd.

Could this be the one you refer too ? The distance North of the Goomalling / Wyalkatchem Road is 7 km.

K.J.



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Hi Guys

It is to the west of the intersection of Botherling E Rd & Oak Park Rd. If you look on Google Maps you will see a lake on the map and it is just to the north of this lake, then switch to satelite and zoom in and it is revealed. Whilst there you can walk around the "interactive" trail.

The road in from Wongan Hills Rd is approx 7km but if you enter via Oak Pk Rd it is approx 20km, both dirt roads are well sign posted saying Oak Park Picnic Area and both roads are in pretty good shape.

A while ago we stayed at Buntine Rocks, Nth of Wongan Hills and this is a good free camp and on the wild flower trail.

I also recommend Wikicamps, when you get used to the program it easily becomes a good value for money App.

Have fun



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