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Last time we brought our van and stayed the weekend, this time we brought friends from Queensland. It has rained this year which means there is greenery and water in Kangaroo hole. There are at least two picnic tables and a flushing toilet so well...More
Great camping spot to explore the rock and wheatbelt area. Toilet was clean and they also have fire places. We stayed one night and did walk around the rock in the morning. Plenty of shade place to set up your campsite. Pet friendly. Peaceful. Safe...More
We went here and walked around the rock. The structure of the water catchment is amazing and the beauty is breathtaking. The only issue is there are male Emu's and chicks on the rock. They are very aggressive, at over 2m tall they are quite...More
Not something I would normally look at but Hey, it was cool, the colours and textures were amazing , especially late afternoon. We have bought a little house in Mukinbudin and certainly intend to investigate all surrounding areas.
We stayed here over the weekend. There were at least another six tents and vans. Grounds a bit hard but flushing toilet is a bonus. Granite outcrop easy enough to walk around. There is a map as it all isn't flat and there are hidden...More
This rock has a rock wall around the top edge allowing the collection of water that drains into a huge tank. You can explore lots of areas on and around the Rock. Including a water hole, or gnamma hole and a balancing rock. It's located...More
The Beringbooding Rock is about 70km drive away from Mukinbudin. It is a very nice Rock and a good example of how the early settlers used it to obtain water from the rain. The water tank next to it takes a little bit of the...More