EULIN CROSSING

 

 

Eulin Crossing - Western Australia

 

GPS 33 41 59 S 116 41 02 E (crossing) GPS 33 42 01 S 116 40 28 E (campsite)

 

 

 

Tables and / or seats and / or shelters provided Caravan access possible Pets allowed on leash Swimming allowed Site may flood or be inaccessible during rain Unpowered water craft allowed

 

 

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Eulin Crossing is located in the shire of Boyup Brook and can be accessed from the Boyup Brook - Arthur River road from either the north or south sides of the river.

When river levels are high, the campsite may be inaccessible from the northern entry and care should be taken if driving over the causeway any time the river is flowing over the top of it.

If in doubt, walk the crossing first. If you can't walk across it easily then you cannot drive across it safely.

There are now two access roads to the campsite. The western entry turns north and leads down a slope to the main camping area while the eastern entry turns west just south of the causeway.

There is room at the campsite for a few rigs and while bigger rigs may fit in if nobody else is there, there could be problems if the site is busy.

A wide pool starts just west of the causeway and extends for several kilometres.

The river here is ideal for kayaking and swimming is possible but care should be taken in case of underwater snags.

There is an earth boat ramp that makes launching easy for canoes and kayaks.

Unfortunately there are reports of poor behaviour at this site during weekends and public holidays so the campsite may be best avoided at this times.

When we have stayed during the week it has been very quiet and peaceful.

The only facilities at the site are a table and bench seats. Nothing else is provided so you need to be self-contained and to have your own toilet and proper means of rubbish disposal.

Dogs are welcome at the site but camping and cooking fires are banned from 30th October to 1st April.

As with most bush sites, this is snake habitat so be snake aware and make sure children and pets are supervised properly.

 

 

Video available from December 16th 2023

 

 

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