PETRUDOR ROCKS

 

 

Petrudor Rocks - Western Australia

 

GPS 30 25 22 S 116 58 03 E

 

 

 

 

Toilets available Fire places or BBQs available Tent camping sites Caravan access possible Big rig access possible Pets allowed on leash Sight seeing area Walk trails Site may flood or be inaccessible during rain

 

 

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Petrudor Rocks is located 33km east of Pithara via Pithara East Road and Petrudor Road (unsealed).

The rocks are surrounded by a reserve that is best visited in spring when the wildflowers are blooming.

After rains you will find pools of water accumulated around the granite rock formations.

There is an old toilet on the site but it may not be in working order. The area is used as a campsite and those wishing to camp are best advised to bring their own chemical toilets.

There are no other facilities available so bring everything you need and remember to take any rubbish out with you and dispose of it properly.

The site was once important to the Aboriginal people and later was used by stock-men to water their cattle.

 

 


 

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