JAYES BRIDGE CAMPSITE

 

 

Jayes Bridge - Western Australia

 

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Toilets available Caravan access possible Big rig access possible Pets allowed on leash Swimming allowed Unpowered water craft allowed

 

 

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Jayes Bridge is located in the Shire of Boyup Brook and access is via Blackwood Road and Jayes Road.

The reserve is available for caravans, camper trailers etc. and is a large (sometimes) grassy area next to the Blackwood River.

There is a long drop toilet available at the site but it is usually hidden behind some wattle bushes. Anyone who is allergic to bee stings should be careful in wildflower season as the wattles make an avenue of flowers that attract a lot of bees.

If you walk around the reserve you will find 13 signs that give you information about the area and its flora and fauna. They include information on Carnaby's black cockatoo, banjo frog, western pygmy perch, water rat, flooded gum, prickly moses, running postman and the golden wreath wattle.

The site is suitable for any size vehicle and access is easy.

The area was restored and re-vegetated by a number of volunteers from different local community groups.

Fishing is allowed in the river if you have an inland fishing licence.

Open fires are prohibited at Jayes Bridge campsite between November 30th and April 30th. Fire bans may apply at any time so watch for signs locally.

 

 

 

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