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Nestled in the state forest, an hour and a half from Perth, is Lake Brockman Tourist Park and Logue Brook Campground, overlooking the bright blue waters of Logue Brook Dam. The Tourist Park offers a range of accommodation and camping options including family cabins, couples glamping tents, caravan and tent sites, both powered and unpowered.

The Park has a camp kitchen equipped with all the mod cons, 4 ablution blocks, an outdoor gym and a playground and basketball area for the kids. The Park cafe is open 7 days a week from 8:00am to 6:00pm for breakfast, lunch, a light snack or a good coffee.

For those wanting to have the full camping experience, Logue Brook Campground has an array of sites to suit all camping set ups, from caravans, to camper trailers, tents and swags. The Campground has drop toilets and an undercover BBQ area but there is no electricity so campers must be self sufficient.

Lake Brockman and Logue Brook Campground all overlook the beautiful Logue Brook Dam which is a recreational dam for water-skiers, kayakers or Stand Up Paddle Boarders. Logue Brook is also a trophy dam for trout. Rainbow and Brown trout can be caught all year round with a freshwater fishing license. The Munda Biddi cycling trail and the Bibbulman Track are also close by for cyclists and hikers. All campsites are pet friendly.



Lake Brockman has both powered & non-powered sites in different sizes to accommodate for everything from large RV's, down to small two-man tents. For those that don't own a tent or caravan, they have cabin's available equipped with reverse-cycle air conditioning and a kitchenette.

  • 4 Cabins - Sleeps 6, self-contained with 2 bedrooms with QB and 2 sets of bunk beds, air conditioned, no bathroom, use ablution block. No dogs allowed
  • 1 Park Home (with ensuite) Sleeps 5, QB, double bunk bed (double bed on bottom, single on top), air conditioned. No dogs allowed
  • 1 Bunk House - Sleeps 8, DB, QB & 2 sets bunks, air conditioned, No bathroom, use ablution block. No dogs allowed
  • Powered and unpowered Campsites are available
  • Adults only glamping tents

Each site has their own wood BBQ.

Bush camps have fire pits (Seasonal Fire Restrictions will apply)

The park also has a camper’s kitchen, three ablution blocks and a laundry.


Local Activities

Own equipment is required.

  • Mountain bike riding
  • Boating
  • Skiing
  • Canoeing/kayaking
  • Fishing
  • Marroning (in season)
  • Swimming
  • Bush walking
  • Bird watching
  • Wildflowers (in season)


Please Note:

School Holidays: 2 night minimum stay.

Easter, Christmas & Long Weekends: 3 night minimum stay.

Operating Hours: 8:00am to 5:00pm, 7 days a week (subject to seasonal changes).

Check In from 12pm. Check Out 10am.

Prices are subject to change without notice.

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